Working with groups throughout the Northeast Kingdom, the Lyndon Area has embarked on an economic outreach program designed to encourage new, sustainable development in the area. We are committed to partnerships that include the Burke area and other towns throughout the three county region.
Now in the action stages are models that define the type of economic activity that we wish to attract. Working in concert with banking institutions, development agencies, community and venture financing groups and local and state government, the initial focus is on the retail center of Downtown Lyndonville. Phase II will support the addition of small manufacturing and commerce.
In all phases, community support is helping to define short, mid and long-term economic goals. If you thought Vermont was not friendly to business, we can show you the facts, which suggest otherwise. If you think your business might be a perfect fit for your (and our) future, contact Chamber president Mary Marceau at 802.626.9696, or Steve Nichols of Lyndon Community Partnerships at 802.626.9800.
Business Links and Resources
At local, state, and federal levels, there are many organizations whose purpose is to assist business owners and provide a source of information to help them be as successful as possible, including organizations like Northeastern Vermont Development Association (NVDA), the Vermont Small Business Development Center (VTSBDC), Northern Community Investment Corporation (NCIC), and more. Please visit our Business Links and Resources page that highlights these organizaitons to learn more about them and how they can help your business grow.