Logan County Economic Development Corporation (LCEDC) is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 2001 to expand the economic base of Logan County, Colorado.
What We Do
- Retention and expansion of existing businesses
- Recruitment of diverse and complementary new businesses
- Infrastructure development
LCEDC functions as a point of contact to assist with the acquisition of financing; local and state incentive packages; and state, federal and private grants. It also serves as a liaison between industry and local government to facilitate industry establishment and expansion. LCEDC also hosts East Colorado Small Business Development Center , providing startup assistance and consulting services for existing businesses.
Who We Are Staffed with a full-time Executive Director and part-time Assistant Director with board oversight, we are the entry point for economic development. LCEDC’s leadership team includes board members and staff with diversified industry and management experience in real estate, construction, telecommunications, project management, finance, operations, and small business. The Board includes representatives from the Sterling City Council, Logan County Board of County Commissioners, and Sterling Urban Renewal Authority. The depth and breadth of our team contributes to accomplishing our mission to grow Logan County’s economy.
LCEDC is a membership supported organization. By becoming a contributing member, your business will have direct input on our strategic direction and opportunities to serve on committees. Investment levels vary and provide a range of benefits. All members receive quarterly Executive Director Newsletters, are invited to the Annual Meeting, and receive a Colorado Enterprise Zone tax credit for contributions.