Greene County Industrial Developments, Inc. (GCID) and Greene Alliance for Development welcome you!
We are proud of our county and its history. Greene County, PA boasts of abundant natural resources, recreation, healthcare facilities, educational opportunities and pro-business financial incentives. It is a place where these positive influences converge to create a place where business and industry leaders feel confident expanding their companies and relocating their families.
For the past 50 years, Greene County Industrial Developments, Inc. has played a key role in the economic development of Greene County. We work diligently with local, regional, state and federal governmental entities, development agencies and private developers to bring new businesses to our community. Our efforts reach beyond the borders of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and are global in scope. GCID is often successful in attracting national and international companies to Greene County. In recent years, we have played a role in bringing CONSOL Energy, RJ Lee Group, Westmoreland County Community College, Stahls Hotronix and others into our business parks.
Greene Alliance for Development was recently formed to provide a new entity to streamline the real estate development process and build synergies among the many public and private economic development agencies and firms looking to Greene County for a new or expanded presence here.
Our mission is to provide economic development and financing opportunities for business and industry within Greene County in a responsive, friendly and coordinated effort; thus, creating and retaining job for a better quality of life.
“Our overarching goal is to seek out and relocate new tenants to the EverGreene Technology Park (Waynesburg) or the Paisley Business Park (Carmichaels). Along the way we will work hard to prepare pad-ready sites in these parks to facilitate new construction in the most efficient and effective way. Through these ongoing efforts, GCID/GAD will contribute to economic development in the county to create a better environment to work, live and play.”