Incentives And Financing

Middletown Welcomes Business Investment & Expansion

The City of Middletown and its partners offer several different types of incentives to fit the needs of new and expanding businesses in our community. Financial incentives take many forms: tax abatements, tax credits, grants, low-interest loans, workforce development, and training assistance.

In most cases, the incentives offered by the City of Middletown are used to encourage new project investment, job creation, job retention, and payroll growth.

Companies that are interested in pursuing financial incentives should engage with our Economic Development staff as soon as possible in their project development process. Please contact the Middletown Economic Development office at 513-425-7941 or email for additional information. 

Incentives
The Community Reinvestment Area program provides local real property tax abatements for residents and businesses that invest in designated areas within the community. The designated areas are created and administere...
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Category: Tax Abatement

The Job Creation Incentive Grant Program is a program offered by the City of Middletown to provide incentives to companies making substantial investments in new employment within the City o...
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Category: Grants

The Middletown Regional Airport is home to one of Ohio’s 320 Opportunity Zone.  The 2.6 mile Middletown Regional Airport Opportunity Zone benefits from this general aviation airport which features th...
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The Ohio Enterprise Zone Program is designed to encourage investment in new, expanded or renovated commercial and industrial buildings. The program is administered by the City of Middletown and i...
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Category: Tax Exemption

PACE financing is a tool that allows property owners to finance the costs of energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements through special assessments on their real property tax bills. Benefit...
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As part of the City of Middletown's commitment to support the unique needs of small business, the City has adopted a financial incentive program for owner/ tenants of small businesse...
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Tax Increment Financing is an economic development mechanism available to local governments in Ohio to finance public infrastructure improvements and, in certain circumstances, residential rehabilitation. A TIF works by lockin...
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