Plenty of Room To Grow
With over 60 crops grown in the region and a great logistics network, Grant County has been a leader in the agricultural industry and has a rapidly expanding base of food processing companies.
Where Business Can Really Take Off
Plentiful greenfield land, hanger space, and massive runways make Grant County ideal for aerospace business.
Allan Peterson to be the Eastern Washington International Trade Advisor
Click here to read about the new position!
The Grant Count Public Utility District (PUD)
Delivering Reliable and Renewable Energy At One Of The Lowest Rates In America
GCPUD is a public electric utility serving over 46,000 customers throughout Grant County. The ability to maintain local leadership of power resources has allowed the county to grow and prosper. Our low-cost power allows the county to be a leading player in agricultural, technology, and advanced manufacturing industries. The Priest Rapids Project, comprised of Priest Rapids and Wanapum dams, has the capacity to produce 2,000 megawatts of renewable and reliable electricity.
“Sila, one of a wave of young companies trying to pack more power into batteries, will open its first stand-alone factory in a small city in central Washington state, as […]Read More
Effective February 1, 2022, Allan Peterson will be changing roles. Allan has accepted the position of Eastern Washington International Trade Advisor for the Washington Small Business Development Center. He is […]Read More
Grant County EDC
Brant Mayo Executive Director
Rachelle Lange Director of Business Retention & Expansion
Brandon Nicholas Business Advisor
Allan Peterson Certified Business Advisor and Certified Global Business Professional
Rebecca Jones Accountant