The Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC), formerly known as the Genesee County Industrial Development Agency, was formed in 1970 under Section 18-A of New York State’s General Municipal Law and is the County’s primary designated agency for the promotion of economic development and economic growth. The agency was reorganized to its current form in 1979. The GCEDC is governed by a seven member, non-compensated, Board of Directors that is made up of business and community leaders that are appointed by the Genesee County Legislature.
The Genesee County Economic Development Center's vision is to foster increased economic activity for our community by providing a high quality of life for our residents and their families. The GCEDC will enable this by progressively marketing our community to businesses facilitating business capital investment which contributes to the creation and retention of quality jobs.
GCEDC's mission is to be the driving force in fostering community economic success by providing comprehensive support, technical assistance and access to financial resources to businesses thereby enabling growth, expansion and retention of our existing business base and to market our community as "business friendly" facilitating new business attraction in order to build a sustainable long-term economy.
GCEDC Organizational Chart