Services To Benefit
EDC Business Members

Business members of the Clay County Economic Development Council have access to a range of free services.

Available immediately on this website, you can also learn more about:

• Area organizations that offer help and services for small businesses.

Fixed-rate, low-interest, long-term loans.

Community organizations involved in economic development.

• Regional databases on buildings and sites as well as regional analytics.

• EDC regional contacts for business services, assistance and other resources.

If you can't find what you are looking for, email info@clayedc.com or call (816) 468-4989.

Clay County, Missouri:

Where quality is developing by design.

For businesses looking at Clay County opportunities and those already here, the Clay County Economic Development Council is the best source of information for site selection and business assistance in the Kansas City Northland of Clay County, Missouri.

From small business loans to business services, the EDC and its members constantly seek to make Clay County a better place to live and do business. Collaborating with other area organizations, the EDC also promotes activities to enhance local quality of life and support other organizations in these efforts.

Clay County is among the fastest growing regions in Missouri with a diverse business and quality of life environment. Learn how you can join this success.

News & Updates

State of the Cities To Unveil New Projects – The annual opportunity for Clay County cities to unveil their big projects is scheduled for Feb. 28.

Doniphan Institute Graduates New Leaders – Co-spoonsored by the EDC, the executive leadership program enters its 14th year with a proud group of graduates.

Strategic Update Calls for Big 4 – Major initiatives designed to keep Clay County moving forward.

Ford To Invest $400 M in Claycomo Plant – The recent agreement with the UAW included commitment for another major investment in the facility.

NEBA Focusing on Career Opportunities – The Northland Education and Business Alliance is working to communicate the explosion of local jobs in high-tech fields.