Industrial Development Corporation

Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation

Development & Marketing


Recognized as a leader in Pennsylvania for industrial park development, the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation (WCIDC) is a non-profit corporation formed in October 1983 by the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners. WCIDC is governed by a board of directors, which are the County Commissioners.

Although the main focus of the WCIDC is the development of industrial parks, it is committed to supporting economic development efforts as the primary marketing agent for Westmoreland County.
  1. Commerce Crossing Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland Groundbreaking Ceremony

    The WCIDC held a groundbreaking ceremony today at Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland. The 206-acre site will be developed into the county's newest industrial park and will consist of five pad-ready sites each ranging in size from 18 to 29 acres. Additional Info...
  2. Westmoreland County Airpark

    Featured Site

    The Westmoreland County Airpark is adjacent to Arnold Palmer Regional Airport and has lots available ranging in size from 2 to 8 acres. 9-Year LERTA is available. Additional Info...
  3. Jeannette Industrial Park

    Excel Glass Continues Expansion at Jeannette Industrial Park

    WCIDC Board of Directors announced today the closing of Lot 7, totaling 3.3 acres, in Jeannette Industrial Park. The purchaser, William P. Pecora, President of Excel Glass, Inc., intends to build a 32,000-square-foot warehouse facility on the parcel. Read on...
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