Business Assistance

Business Assistance in Will County, Illinois

CED supports new or expanding businesses through programs available in Will County, Illinois

Programs & Services for Business Assistance in Will County, Illinois

Review the programs and services for business assistance below.

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COVID-19 Resources

View COVID-19 Resources for businesses in Will County.

Incentives

View Incentives for existing Businesses or those looking to relocate to Will County.

Location Information

Learn why Will County is a strategic location for your business.

Small Business Assistance

Small businesses can find a wealth of assistance in Will County.

Utilities

Resources for new construction and existing business expansion projects.

From Our Will County Business Clients

“The Wayfair team shared with me that the number one reason that they went to this site is labor. The long-term labor prospects for this area were stronger than any other location that they checked out.”

Additional factors include Will County’s lower taxes and Romeoville’s favorable attitude towards industrial development.

Susan Bergdoll

Vice President - Industrial Development & Leasing , Duke Realty

“Will County is excited Lion Electric will be joining our business community,” said Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, Will County Executive.

“We are proud of our strong workforce and look forward to partnering with Lion as we welcome the next generation of manufacturing jobs to our county.”

Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant

Will County Executive

“Not only will this new facility mean several hundreds of new, good-paying manufacturing jobs, but it will be the largest plant in the country building all-electric medium and heavy-duty vehicles. This investment capitalizes on the world-class infrastructure, well trained workforce, and nearby expertise in leading-edge green technology in the southwest suburbs.

As a scientist and businessman, I was proud to work with Governor Pritzker to help recruit Lion Electric to Illinois, and I’m proud that effort has led to an investment that will bring meaningful economic benefits to our community.”

Bill Foster

U.S. Representative, (IL-11)

“Lion selected Will County to build the new plant with “a lot of help from the CED.”

Nate Baguio

Senior Vice President of Commercial Development, Lion Electric

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