MEDC is accepting applications from local and regional economic development or community partners, that will demonstrate a pathway to a “vetted site.” For more information, program guidelines, and to submit your application, please review the content on this page.
For Michigan to gain a competitive advantage when it comes to business attraction and expansion projects, it must assist communities or other public entities (e.g. local EDCs, EDOs, etc.) with the development/enhancement of industrial sites to make them vetted sites and ready to compete for site selection projects. Vetted sites may be defined as a site that has appropriate planning, zoning, surveys, title work, environmental conditions, soil conditions, infrastructure is in place or preliminary engineering is completed, the property is available for sale and development and site information is ready, and up-to-date.
The MEDC is accepting applications from local and regional economic development or community partners, that will demonstrate a pathway to a “vetted site.” Grant funds may be available for, but are not limited to, the following types of activities:
The maximum grant amount from MEDC is $100,000 per site. A local match is strongly recommended and will be a consideration for a competitive project. The term of the grant is up to 24 months.