Business Tools
And Incentives

Doing Business in Carbon County

Businesses located in Carbon County are eligible for a variety of incentive programs offered through city, county, state, and federal agencies including tax benefits, energy and wage benefits, and technical assistance.

Incentives are designed to support economic and neighborhood development through job creation and capital investment in Carbon County.


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Rural County Grant

Carbon County has grants funds for potential projects. The Rural County Grant Program is designed to address the economic development needs of Carbon County, which may include business development, infrastructure improvements, and workforce training. 

Governor's office of economic opportunity rural development

The Center for Rural Development works with businesses in Utah’s rural counties, providing resources and programs to sustain business and improve employment opportunities.  The center collaborates with local governments and other development partners to support rural economic growth.

Governor's office of economic opportunity (GOEO) 

GOEO manages various programs and initiatives that are robust, diverse, and provide Utah entrepreneurs and businesses with distinct advantages. They have compiled a comprehensive database of available grants and resources.

Carbon County Opportunity Zone

Utah is known for cutting-edge universities, booming tech and life sciences industries, national and state parks and world-class outdoor recreation. There are 46 Opportunity Zones located throughout the state, which provide investors with endless potential to generate lasting community impact while earning significant returns. Click "Learn More" for information on Carbon County's Opportunity Zone.

US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development

The USDA Rural Development Business Programs provide financial backing and technical assistance to stimulate business creation and growth.

Department of Workforce Services (DWS) Economic Snapshot

DWS snapshots are a comprehensive look at a county's economy and performance. Job counts are the primary measure, but additional economic variables are included to offer additional insight. Job counts are profiled down to the industry level. The local economies are placed in juxtaposition against the Utah and U.S. economies for reference.

Census business Builder (CBB)

The CBB is a suite of services that provide selected demographic and economic data from the Census Bureau tailored to specific types of users in a simple to access and use format.

World Trade Center Utah State trade expansion program (STEP) Grant

The Small Business Administration STEP Grant is a cost-reimbursement grant for small business looking to expand into dynamic global markets.

Utah State University Eastern small business development center (SBDC)

The SBDC offers training, tools, and access to consultants to help business owners succeed in starting, growing, and transitioning their businesses.

Go Utah Main Street Program

The new Utah Main Street Program will help Utah communities revitalize their economy, appearance, and image of their downtown commercial districts. They do this by building a strategy centered around a community’s unique heritage and attributes. The program will provide a framework and resources to support a community’s downtown revitalization efforts.

Business Technical And assistanC center (BTAC) COWORKING SPACE

Our dynamic coworking space located in Carbon County, is the perfect setting for a growing business to flourish. The modern workplace necessitates collaboration, where the common areas and conference rooms in our coworking space are the perfect places to brainstorm and buckle down.