Price County, Wisconsin
Price County Offers Many Business Resources Our communities offer attractive industrial parks, business districts, and financial assistance for businesses, whether small, large, start-up, or well-established. INDUSTRIAL PARKS & BUSINESS DISTRICTS Ogema The Village of Ogema has land designated for industrial development.  For more information, please call  715-767-5579. You may also contact an Ogema Area Industrial Development Corporation board member: Fred Stromborn, P.O. Box 646, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5461 George Blomberg, N2134 State Road 13, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5579 George Swanson, W2791 Risberg Road, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5845 Park Falls The City of Park Falls has two developed industrial parks, which help fulfill their mission to "bridge nature with industry.”  The city also has two Tax Incremental Financing Districts (TIF).  Depending on the nature of the project, there are many  sources of assistance and funding. These industrial parks are conveniently located adjacent to Highways E & 13 and are within 4 miles of the Municipal Airport.  Current sites are zoned for commercial, light industrial, and manufacturing.  For more information, please call 715-762-2436 or visit the websites of the City of Park Falls or the Park Falls Area Community Development Corporation. Phillips The City of Phillips has both an industrial park and a business park.  A wide variety of industrial and manufacturing companies are located in the industrial park, which is adjacent to the Price County Airport.  Phillips' business park features lots that are adaptable to a variety of business needs.  Water, sewer, electricity, and natural gas are provided to both.  For more information, please call 715-339-3223 or visit the website of the Phillips Industrial Development Corporation. Prentice The 80-acre Prentice Industrial Park is adjacent to the village's airport with a 3,250 foot paved runway and medium intensity runway lights.  The industrial park's infrastructure also includes an extended aeration wastewater treatment plant and Xcel Energy's natural gas and electric power with capacity for future expansion.  For more information, please call 715-428-2124 or visit the website of the Village of Prentice. You may also contact a Prentice Area Industrial Development Corporation board member: Dale W. Heikkinen, President, 1711 Washington Street, P.O. Box 108, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2001 (phone), 715-428-2700 (fax), 715-360-2000 (mobile) Russ Kapitz, Secretary/Treasurer, 933 Maple Street, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2861 Stanley Lach, Director, 840 County Road A, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2558 Leo Moritz, Director, 817 Apple Street, Prentice, WI  54556,  715-428-2917 Larry Foltz, Director, 815 Railroad Avenue, P.O. Box 166, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2350 (phone), 715-428-2351 (fax)
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“As a CPA, I have had an opportunity to start my own practice in Phillips and to assist many other businesses throughout all stages of their development. The one thing that stands out time and time again is how welcoming and supportive the community is with patronizing the local businesses, wanting to see them grow and thrive. Values, industriousness, community support, and spirit make up the mindset of the community. Opportunities for growth and expansion abound in this climate.  I see areas that need to be filled in trades, retail, & industry and a community that is ready & willing to lend their support.” Davette Lynne Hrabak, Phillips
FINANCIAL RESOURCES Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) These funds assist local entrepreneurs with start-up or expanding business ventures.  The regional and local RLFs provide gap financing to encourage investment, facilitate the creation of permanent year-round jobs, encourage retention and expansion of existing businesses, attract new businesses, and encourage development of modern industrial technology.  For more information, please call 715-744-4700 or visit the website of PFACDC. The Xcel Energy Loan Fund Xcel Energy is committed to being a valuable partner to the businesses in the communities they serve.  Xcel offers a variety of programs and services for expanding companies or new industries wishing to relocate in their service area.  Recognizing that each business is unique, Xcel Energy offers customized programs designed to help businesses and communities grow.  For more information, call Xcel Energy's Economic Development Department at 715-836-1106 or visit the website of Xcel Energy. Financial Institutions Price County banks and credit unions offer a wide variety of finance plans to serve the needs of new and existing local businesses, as well as businesses relocating to Price County.  For more information, call 715-744-4700. Brantwood Brantwood Credit Union, W1508 U.S. Hwy. 8, Brantwood, WI  54513, 715 564-2232 Prentice Community Financial Bank, 450 Center Street, P.O. Box 115, Prentice, WI  54556, 715 428-2801 Heritage Credit Union, 1125 Town Street, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2031 Park Falls First National Bank, 110 2nd Avenue North, P.O. Box 250, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715-762-2411 Northwoods Community Credit Union, 1224 South 4th Avenue, P.O. Box 369, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715-762-3208 Wells Fargo, 155 South 3rd Avenue, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715-762-3266 Phillips First National Bank, 366 North Lake Avenue, P.O. Box 9, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-3223 Heritage Credit Union, 114 South Avon Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-3052 Nicolet National Bank, 864 Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555,  715-339-6700 Northwoods Community Credit Union,  256 South Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-6900 Time Federal Savings Bank, 204 North Avon Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-2128 Wells Fargo, 198 North Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-2131 Northwest Regional Planning The Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NWRPC) was created in 1959 by local units of government of northwest Wisconsin.  The commission is a cooperative venture of Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties and the tribal nations of Bad River, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Red Cliff, and St. Croix. The NWRPC operates four different loan funds:  the Northwest Wisconsin Regional Economic Development Fund, the Northwest Wisconsin Business Development Corp., the Wisconsin Business Innovation Corp. Intermediary Relending Loan Fund, and the NWRPC SBA Micro Loan Revolving Loan Fund.  The NWRPC is the region’s official economic development organization having access to Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding through the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC). Professional services include preparing state and federal grant applications, creating local economic development strategies, advising on the creation of economic development facilities (such as enterprise centers), facilitating local business expansions, and helping develop Tax Increment Districts.  For more information, please call 715-635-2197 or visit the website of NWRPC. U.S. Small Business Administration The SBA helps Americans start, build, and grow businesses.  Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States.  The SBA works in partnership with banks in our area to provide needed financial options for businesses.  For more information, visit the website of SBA. Economic Development Tax Credit The tax credits, which are non-refundable and non-transferable, must be applied against a certified business's Wisconsin income tax liability.  Eligible activities include job creation, capital investment, employee training, and corporate headquarters location.  Tax benefits are available to assist businesses that meet certain requirements and are located in, or are willing to locate in, Wisconsin.  For more information, visit the website of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
“Park Falls offers a favorable business climate that supports locally-owned family businesses.” Chuck Damrow, Park Falls
“St. Croix is the largest manufacturer of fishing rods in the USA.  We’ve been located in Park Falls since 1954.  We currently employ 175 people in our Park Falls facility.  I can’t even imagine doing what we do here anywhere else…the quality of our workforce is just that great.” Paul Schluter, Park Falls
Price County Offers Many Business Resources Our communities offer attractive industrial parks, business districts, and financial assistance for businesses, whether small, large, start-up, or well-established. INDUSTRIAL PARKS & BUSINESS DISTRICTS Ogema The Village of Ogema has land designated for industrial development.  For more information, please call  715-767- 5579. You may also contact an Ogema Area Industrial Development Corporation board member: Fred Stromborn, P.O. Box 646, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5461 George Blomberg, N2134 State Road 13, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5579 George Swanson, W2791 Risberg Road, Ogema, WI  54459, 715 767-5845 Park Falls The City of Park Falls has two developed industrial parks, which help fulfill their mission to "bridge nature with industry.”  The city also has two Tax Incremental Financing Districts (TIF).  Depending on the nature of the project, there are many  sources of assistance and funding. These industrial parks are conveniently located adjacent to Highways E & 13 and are within 4 miles of the Municipal Airport.  Current sites are zoned for commercial, light industrial, and manufacturing.  For more information, please call 715-762-2436 or visit the websites of the City of Park Falls or the Park Falls Area Community Development Corporation. Phillips The City of Phillips has both an industrial park and a business park.  A wide variety of industrial and manufacturing companies are located in the industrial park, which is adjacent to the Price County Airport.  Phillips' business park features lots that are adaptable to a variety of business needs.  Water, sewer, electricity, and natural gas are provided to both.  For more information, please call 715-339-3223 or visit the website of the Phillips Industrial Development Corporation. Prentice The 80-acre Prentice Industrial Park is adjacent to the village's airport with a 3,250 foot paved runway and medium intensity runway lights.  The industrial park's infrastructure also includes an extended aeration wastewater treatment plant and Xcel Energy's natural gas and electric power with capacity for future expansion.  For more information, please call 715-428-2124 or visit the website of the Village of Prentice. You may also contact a Prentice Area Industrial Development Corporation board member: Dale W. Heikkinen, President, 1711 Washington Street, P.O. Box 108, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2001 (phone), 715-428-2700 (fax), 715-360-2000 (mobile) Russ Kapitz, Secretary/Treasurer, 933 Maple Street, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2861 Stanley Lach, Director, 840 County Road A, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2558 Leo Moritz, Director, 817 Apple Street, Prentice, WI  54556,  715-428-2917 Larry Foltz, Director, 815 Railroad Avenue, P.O. Box 166, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2350 (phone), 715- 428-2351 (fax)
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“As a CPA, I have had an opportunity to start my own practice in Phillips and to assist many other businesses throughout all stages of their development. The one thing that stands out time and time again is how welcoming and supportive the community is with patronizing the local businesses, wanting to see them grow and thrive. Values, industriousness, community support, and spirit make up the mindset of the community. Opportunities for growth and expansion abound in this climate.  I see areas that need to be filled in trades, retail, & industry and a community that is ready & willing to lend their support.” Davette Lynne Hrabak, Phillips
FINANCIAL RESOURCES Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) These funds assist local entrepreneurs with start-up or expanding business ventures.  The regional and local RLFs provide gap financing to encourage investment, facilitate the creation of permanent year- round jobs, encourage retention and expansion of existing businesses, attract new businesses, and encourage development of modern industrial technology.  For more information, please call 715-744-4700 or visit the website of PFACDC. The Xcel Energy Loan Fund Xcel Energy is committed to being a valuable partner to the businesses in the communities they serve.  Xcel offers a variety of programs and services for expanding companies or new industries wishing to relocate in their service area.  Recognizing that each business is unique, Xcel Energy offers customized programs designed to help businesses and communities grow.  For more information, call Xcel Energy's Economic Development Department at 715-836- 1106 or visit the website of Xcel Energy. Financial Institutions Price County banks and credit unions offer a wide variety of finance plans to serve the needs of new and existing local businesses, as well as businesses relocating to Price County.  For more information, call 715-744-4700. Brantwood Brantwood Credit Union, W1508 U.S. Hwy. 8, Brantwood, WI  54513, 715 564-2232 Prentice Community Financial Bank, 450 Center Street, P.O. Box 115, Prentice, WI  54556, 715 428-2801 Heritage Credit Union, 1125 Town Street, Prentice, WI  54556, 715-428-2031 Park Falls First National Bank, 110 2nd Avenue North, P.O. Box 250, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715-762-2411 Northwoods Community Credit Union, 1224 South 4th Avenue, P.O. Box 369, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715- 762-3208 Wells Fargo, 155 South 3rd Avenue, Park Falls, WI  54552, 715-762-3266 Phillips First National Bank, 366 North Lake Avenue, P.O. Box 9, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-3223 Heritage Credit Union, 114 South Avon Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-3052 Nicolet National Bank, 864 Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555,  715-339-6700 Northwoods Community Credit Union,  256 South Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-6900 Time Federal Savings Bank, 204 North Avon Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-2128 Wells Fargo, 198 North Lake Avenue, Phillips, WI  54555, 715-339-2131 Northwest Regional Planning The Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NWRPC) was created in 1959 by local units of government of northwest Wisconsin.  The commission is a cooperative venture of Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties and the tribal nations of Bad River, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Red Cliff, and St. Croix. The NWRPC operates four different loan funds:  the Northwest Wisconsin Regional Economic Development Fund, the Northwest Wisconsin Business Development Corp., the Wisconsin Business Innovation Corp. Intermediary Relending Loan Fund, and the NWRPC SBA Micro Loan Revolving Loan Fund.  The NWRPC is the region’s official economic development organization having access to Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding through the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC). Professional services include preparing state and federal grant applications, creating local economic development strategies, advising on the creation of economic development facilities (such as enterprise centers), facilitating local business expansions, and helping develop Tax Increment Districts.  For more information, please call 715-635-2197 or visit the website of NWRPC. U.S. Small Business Administration The SBA helps Americans start, build, and grow businesses.  Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States.  The SBA works in partnership with banks in our area to provide needed financial options for businesses.  For more information, visit the website of SBA. Economic Development Tax Credit The tax credits, which are non-refundable and non- transferable, must be applied against a certified business's Wisconsin income tax liability.  Eligible activities include job creation, capital investment, employee training, and corporate headquarters location.  Tax benefits are available to assist businesses that meet certain requirements and are located in, or are willing to locate in, Wisconsin.  For more information, visit the website of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
“Park Falls offers a favorable business climate that supports locally-owned family businesses.” Chuck Damrow, Park Falls
“St. Croix is the largest manufacturer of fishing rods in the USA.  We’ve been located in Park Falls since 1954.  We currently employ 175 people in our Park Falls facility.  I can’t even imagine doing what we do here anywhere else…the quality of our workforce is just that great.” Paul Schluter, Park Falls
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