The Village of St. Bernard has partnered with Alloy Development to assist with economic development efforts. Alloy will focus on optimizing economic development opportunities in the Village. Efforts will include work on business attraction, a business visitation program to identify the needs of businesses already located in St. Bernard, and oversight of the Village’s economic development incentive programs.
“The Village of St. Bernard is excited to partner with Alloy Development. We are in a very unique community that is only 1.5 square miles and is comprised of large-scale industrial partners and small businesses. The village desires to get back to relationship-building with the businesses that generously support our community and to assist them with expansion opportunities. We look forward to the professional guidance of Alloy Development as we move this awesome community that is truly the center of it all forward”, said Mayor Jonathan Stuchell.
Alloy Development, formerly HCDC, is the Economic Development Office for Hamilton County and has similar partnerships with other municipalities around Hamilton County. Alloy has assisted businesses and communities with the creation or retention of over 30,000 jobs and more than $2.6 billion in total investment over 35 years.
“St. Bernard is dedicated to improving the business climate, and partnering with our staff proves they are committed to success”, said Patrick Longo, president, and CEO of Alloy Development.