Located south of Stockton and north of Bakersfield in California’s Central Valley, Fresno County is home to the 5th largest city in the world’s 5th largest economy. Fresno County is also home to the state’s richest agricultural land and its most persistent poverty.
In order to attract the level of investment needed to set Fresno County on more prosperous and equitable footing, Fresno County Economic Development Corporation in collaboration with public and private partners are working with a new federal incentive introduced in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, known as Opportunity Zones. Through the deferral, reduction and elimination of capital gains, Opportunity Zones have the potential to attract billions of dollars in private capital, making it one of the largest economic development initiatives in U.S. history. Fresno County’s 47 Opportunity Zones encompass over 750,000 acres. Locate your business in an Opportunity Zones today!
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Opportunity Zone Project
This is a no-obligation, no-contracting request for information. The Economic Development Corporation serving Fresno County (Fresno County EDC) is not a broker, is not a party to any transaction fee or any other fee related to this ‘free & clear’ request for information (RFI). As such, Fresno County EDC is a completely arm’s length and neutral 3rd party. No payments are required to participate, nor does Fresno County EDC charge any kind of success fee related to any development deals by or between participants in this RFI. There are no subsequent or continuing monetary obligations, recurring subscriptions or other service agreements between Fresno County EDC and any individual, company or representative of the aforementioned submitting information on this online form.