Economic Incentives offered by the Frisco EDC are negotiated on a case-by-case basis subject to the qualifications, conditions and requirements to be fully described within an Agreement and subject to the approval of the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, Board of Directors.
In 1991, the residents of Frisco approved a one-half of one percent sales tax dedicated to promoting economic development in the City of Frisco. These funds must be expended in accordance with State Law to facilitate the development of eligible projects. The responsibility of the Frisco Economic Development Corporation (FEDC) is to reinvest these funds in Frisco to expand the city’s property tax base and create quality job opportunities for Frisco residents.
Companies are required to complete required documentation to be considered for an Economic Incentive Proposal. A third party conducts an Economic Impact Analysis for the FEDC to determine the projected economic impact the project will have on the City of Frisco.
For available business relocation incentives, the incentive process and survey, click visit the Frisco EDC website.
Frisco Chamber of Commerce | (972) 335-9522