DEARBORN — Dearborn’s economic development experts are happy to welcome business professionals hoping to establish, expand or relocate a business in Dearborn.
Tom Paison, assistant director of the Economic and Community Development Department, said the city has expanded its website in order to ensure prospective owners have convenient access to information and important tools.
The city serves a critical role in helping entrepreneurs through the process of opening or expanding a business, for it ensures a good relationship with the community and complies with local ordinances.
Other well-known projects include many developments currently in the review or construction process. Construction developments will take place in the Warren Avenue District and the East and West Downtown areas.
Tools available on the new webpages are: A list of available commercial sites, access to business intelligence and site selection data tools provided by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, business district information, maps and property information packets, a guide to development in Dearborn, a resource guide for Dearborn businesses and entrepreneurs, zoning and ordinance information, economic development marketing and business plans, a Redevelopment Ready Community Certification webpage with links to resources, and banquet and meeting spaces operated by the city.
For more information, call 313-943-2180 or visit www.cityofdearborn.org/business.