Lancaster County, PA —

Local. Global. Accessible.

Located approximately 80 miles from Baltimore and Philadelphia and 160 miles from New York City, Lancaster County boasts close proximity to major East Coast metropolitan markets. In fact, 50% of the U.S. population lives within 500 miles of Lancaster County.

Economic Development Company of Lancaster County, founded in 1960, is the leading local organization dedicated to promoting business development and expansion throughout Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Whether you are starting up your business, expanding your presence here or considering a corporate relocation, EDC can assist you with everything from site location to financing.

Interested in Expanding or Moving your business to Lancaster County, PA?

You’re on your way to making a great decision! Lancaster County is growing rapidly and easily accessible from larger cities, has numerous major employers, affordable financing rates and the county itself is just beautiful.

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April 2019 Newsletter


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UGI Opens New Headquarters Building with Ribbon Cutting


On Tuesday, April 9, 2019 UGI Utilities, Inc. opened their new headquarters building in Denver, PA with a ribbon cutting [...]

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March 2019 Newsletter


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FOX – Gov. Wolf tours blighted properties in central PA, pushes for ‘Restore Pennsylvania’ plan


EDC’s President, Lisa Riggs, is featured in the Fox 43 news segment by Jack Eble about Governor Wolf’s tour of [...]

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LNP – Gov. Tom Wolf calls infrastructure plan a ‘great opportunity’ for Columbia during visit


Article featured on Lancaster Online. It was great to have Governor Wolf visiting Columbia Borough on Wednesday, March 20th where [...]

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Boroughs of Lancaster County Filled with Charm


Article featured on Lancaster Online. Ezra Rothman, Manager, Economic Development Strategies wrote in this weekend’s business column about the benefits, [...]

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Passenger Coffee Roasting, LLC was approved for a $220,000 PIDA loan.


On March 6, 2019 Passenger Coffee Roasting, LLC was approved for a $220,000 Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) loan. The [...]

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LNP – Lancaster’s economy is bigger than Iceland’s, and other takeaways from State of the Country


Article featured on Lancaster Online. Congratulations to The Lancaster Chamber on hosting a thoughtful and informative State of the County [...]

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LNP – Gov. Tom Wolf Talks Workforce Development


Article featured on Lancaster Online. Governor Tom Wolf visited High Steel Structures in East Lampeter Township on Thursday afternoon to [...]

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February 2019 Newsletter


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LNP – Taking Stock of Lancaster County


Article featured on Lancaster Online. In her latest LNP business column EDC’s President, Lisa Riggs, reflects on the success of [...]

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January 2019 Newsletter


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