Rural Values

Located in Western New York State between Buffalo and Rochester, we live in 16 historic towns and eight charming villages, as well as on the abundant dairy, crop and livestock farms that are the soul of our county. We have excellent schools, county-owned hospitals, year-round outdoor activities, close proximity to major cities and research universities, and a wonderful quality of life.

Global Vision

Forward-thinking and strategic support from local and statewide business development agencies ensure that we’re ready to optimize production for businesses in any stage, from start-up operations through global expansions. And educated, skilled and capable workforce will help your business grow. And as our economic base expands, we are leading the state in green energy and agricultural technologies because they’re better for our land and our people.

Endless Possibilities

Exceptional opportunities exist for precision agriculture and green energy, entrepreneurs, recreation and tourism-based ancillary businesses, diary and crop production-related support businesses and small to midsize international corporations looking to outsource start-to-finish manufacturing or completion of products through a U.S. based hub.

Transportation: Several NYS highways traverse across Wyoming County in close proximity to the I-390, I-90 and the Southern Tier Expressway I-86. Norfolk-Southern’s Southern Tier Main Line runs north-south in the County. Wyoming County is home to the Perry Warsaw airport and it’s a short 45 minute commute to Buffalo Niagara International and Greater Rochester International airports.

Incentives

We offer aggressive financial and tax incentives to stimulate growth and job creation. We’re ready to help you access business investment programs and can bundle incentives offered by New York State and the Wyoming County Industrial Development Agency, utilities and other to your bottom line.

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