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PCEDC Incentive Programs

Incentive Programs

Downtown Fa├žade Loan Program

The Downtown Facade Loan  Program provides financial assistance to encourage property and business owners in core downtowns to revitalize downtown commercial buildings within towns, cities, and villages of West Central Wisconsin. Eligible activities include facade renovation, exterior lighting, doors, graphics, signage, windows, and awnings, other facade or landscape improvements.  Applicants must provide acceptable facade design plans that comply with approved general design guidelines based on the National Trust or suitable design guidelines prepared and adopted by local governments. Learn More

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The Economic Development Administration (EDA) Loan Fund has been managed by the RBF, Inc. since 1995.  The program provides low-interest loan funds to expanding businesses that are creating jobs and making a capital investment. Learn More Learn More
The Micro Loan Fund Program provides small loans to startup, newly established, or growing small businesses. The key objective is to assist business owners, who have traditionally had difficulty  assessing debt financing, by affording them another alternative to obtaining credit.  Eligible activities include new working... Learn More
The Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) is a flexible source of loan funds for commercial and industrial projects. The purpose is to encourage the creation of quality jobs and to increase the tax base. Eligible activities include acquisition of equipment, machinery, furniture and fixtures, and new working... Learn More
Companies locating, or agreeing to locate, their primary operation to Barron, Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Claire, Polk, or St. Croix County, may be eligible for TEF Funds – a revolving loan fund that provides creative financing to new and emerging technology companies. The goal of... Learn More