To improve the quality of life for all people of Forest County by cultivating appropriate economic development opportunities and sustaining positive socio-economic conditions.
Proudly Forest County
Generations have enjoyed Wisconsin’s Forest County for the many pristine lakes and outdoor sporting activities.
It also boasts a foundation of regional businesses and emerging export markets.
Forest County offers a diversifying local economy: manufacturing, service industries, healthcare, marine services, tourism, agriculture & small businesses.
FCEDP aims to increase economic development while maintaining Forest County’s natural resources, heritage and cultural traditions.
The Forest County Economic Development Partnership (FCEDP) aims to increase economic development by supporting small businesses, facilitating community projects and attracting new industries to the area.
FCEDP represents the joint efforts of multiple entities to improve the standard of living and quality of life for all residents of Forest County.
Chambers of Commerce
FCEDP works closely with the Forest County Chamber of Commerce, as well as collaborating with local chambers in Oneida, Langlade, Vilas Counties.
From all levels: county, municipal, state, tribal, federal governments — FCEDP keeps up to date on opportunities for economic growth at all branches of government.
Works with the Department of Workforce Development and other local & state agencies to provide integrated education & training programs that meet the needs of the College’s district citizens and employers.
The Extension Institute of Community Development provides educational programming to assist leaders, communities, and organizations realize their fullest potential.
North Central Wisc Regional Planning Commission
The NCWRPC is a public agency dedicated to providing professional planning services to member local governments including providing assistance in economic development.
Create, sustain and promote business growth in Northern Wisconsin–the goal is to stimulate business in the Northwoods through government grants and local sponsors.