Local Financial Resources, Assistance and Incentives

Unemployment Rate by Year (2010-2014)

Following its business-friendly and motivated attitude, the City of Jasper has several available options for tax abatement, financial assistance and incentives.

Contact us now to find out what your business could qualify for, and how putting your business in Jasper is a competitively-priced option for growth.

  • Jasper Incentives
  • Texas Incentives

Jasper Incentives

Economic Development Incentives

Jasper’s active economic development corporation offers qualified companies assistance that includes demographic and other data to direct loans, grants and various other financing alternatives. Both the City of Jasper and Jasper County offer tax abatement programs to development projects that qualify.

Contact us today for more information about the City of Jasper and Jasper County’s Tax Abatement Programs and to see what your business could qualify for.

Learn more about incentives found around the State of Texas.

Texas Incentives

Texas Economic Development Corporation

TXEDC is the official website of Texas economic development, offering information about site selection, economic development incentives and business research.

Two of its available funds are:

  • Texas Enterprise Fund, the largest “deal-closing” fund of its kind in the nation
  • Texas Emerging Technology Fund

More information on Incentives and financing.

Texas Workforce Commission

TWC is a primary state resource for workforce development. Find such resources as:

  • Upgrade staff skills. Skills development, apprenticeship, on-the-job training, literacy education and other training programs. More information on training your workforce in Jasper.

Texas Economic Development Council

Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) is an Austin-based, statewide, non-profit professional association dedicated to economic and employment development in Texas.

Comptroller of Public Accounts—get the most up-to-date information about Texas business tax requirements from the state’s Comptroller of Public Accounts.