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Posted on: April 24, 2018

WCIDC Acquires 206 acres in Sewickley Township

Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland

The property will be developed into the county’s newest industrial park, Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland. The park will accommodate the need companies have for pad-ready sites with direct access to active rail and the interstate highway system.

Press Release... WCIDC
Posted on: February 28, 2018

2017 Annual Report

2017 WCIDC Annual Report

As the primary marketing agent for the county, the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation remains committed to promoting growth throughout the county in terms of job creation, economic output and helping to maintain a stable tax base.

Annual Report... WCIDC
Posted on: April 3, 2018

ReImagining Our Westmoreland - Upcoming Opportunities for Public Input

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Community meetings have been scheduled throughout the county in seven Planning Districts to review, rate, and prioritize the draft strategies for the Westmoreland County Comprehensive Plan. Be sure to attend one near you!

Meeting dates, times, and locations WCIDC
Posted on: March 8, 2018

WCIDC Approves Sale Agreement for Jeannette Glass Site

Jeannette Glass Property Outline

Today, the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation Board of Directors approved a purchase and sale agreement with Elliott Company for property within the former Jeannette Glass Plant site. Elliott plans to construct a cryogenic pump test st...

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Posted on: January 25, 2018

WCIDC Awarded $9.6M in Grant & Loan Funding

Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland

Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation was approved for a $3.8 million grant and $5.8 million loan through the Business in Our Sites program. The funding will assist with the development of the Commerce Crossing at Westmoreland project.

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Posted on: October 11, 2016

Westmoreland County tackles how to grow county amid aging population

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A group of some of Westmoreland County’s top employers on Wednesday afternoon discussed the challenges of an aging and declining population and its impact on the region's workforce, but spoke optimistically about what was to come.

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