We have a number of tools, a tax incentive plan, and a grant available to assist prospective and existing companies as they consider expanding their business operations in Douglas County.
Tax Incentive Plan
We determine a company’s eligibility for participation in the Tax Incentive Plan by evaluating the anticipated number of jobs created, capital investment, and average hourly wage for employees. We use a point system to determine the Tax Incentive Schedule.
Companies who do not qualify for the Georgia QuickStart program may qualify for discretionary grant assistance, available to prospective and existing companies, to help offset costs related to workforce and talent development.
RECENT NEWS & PRESS
Sam’s Club to Create 600 New Jobs at Douglas County Fulfillment Center
For Immediate Release Monday, February 27, 2023 Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that Sam’s Club will create 600 new jobs and…Read more »
BUSINESS LEADERS JOIN ELEVATE DOUGLAS TO LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
Elevate Douglas Announces It Will Raise $2.5 Million from Private and Public Sector Partners; $1.5 Million Already Secured DOUGLASVILLE, GEORGIA – November 4, 2022 –…Read more »
Home Chef Opens New State-of-the-Art Production Center in Douglasville, Georgia
Douglasville, GA, July 19, 2022—Home Chef, the leading meal solutions company with both a retail and online presence, is expanding its southeast footprint to a…Read more »