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Assistance with job posts, job descriptions, community tours and relocation information.
Access to meeting spaces at the Rosebud Visitor Center and Regional Technology Center.
Assistance with data collection, compiling resources and updates on beneficial economic development efforts.
The Valley City – Barnes County Development Corporation focuses on primary sector businesses, and embraces nontraditional economic development practices. We understand that it takes more than a high-quality job to have a great life. We go the extra mile to support initiatives that allow Barnes County residents to thrive.
Learn more about some of the many areas the VCBCDC's efforts have impacted:
Continued support from our members allows us to continue in our efforts.
2017 Child Care Grant Program: Secured grant funds to expand childcare center capacity in Valley City by 90 slots, and a rural community’s childcare capacity by 15 slots.
2022 Valley City Good Life Campaign: Launched to leverage the State’s Find the Good Life efforts. Recruitment initiative that connects newcomers to residents; currently the 4th most requested community in ND.
2018 Multi-Family Rehab Program: Established to provide reduced loan rates for rental property updates. Assisted with 8 projects resulting in 127 updated multi-family housing units and 7 new projects in Barnes County.
June 2023 Flex PACE Milestone: 103 service and retail businesses have utilized the Flex PACE program to receive low interest loans for their projects.
2021 VCSU Salesforce Certificate: Provided funding and resources to assist with hiring a Salesforce Certified instructor and establish VCSU as a testing site.
2019 Summer Nights on Central: Contributed staff time to provide residents and visitors a fun, family friendly way to experience downtown Valley City.
2022 Sheyenne Valley Area Career and Technology Center: Provided research and guidance to assist with grant application which received $3.1M to expand and update the facility and purchase equipment.