The St. Croix Economic Development Corporation was formed in 1993 and operates as the independent economic development arm for St. Croix County, Wisconsin. The corporation is structured as an IRS 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization. The IRS identifies this type of organization as a business league, comprised of a diverse set of members that work to improve the business climate within a defined service territory. St. Croix EDC lists over 100 public and private sector members that provide financial support or in-kind services to its successful operation.
St. Croix Economic Development Corporation is governed by a 19-member board of directors. Three directors are county supervisors appointed by the county administrator to the economic development committee. The corporation conducts an Annual Meeting every May, and retains the services of a CPA firm to conduct an annual financial review. Among the many activities it does, the St. Croix Economic Development Corporation:
- Monitors business markets and provides information to members
- Maintains critical data on employment, financing and business activities
- Interfaces with state and federal elected officials on legislative issues
- Governed by a 19-member board with representatives from public and private organizations
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