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  • COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program

    An emergency loan fund of $500,000 allocated by COIDA and managed by OOC to provide zero-interest, 180-day loans to small businesses (50 employees or less) with a maximum of $10,000 available to support operations and employment directly impacted by COVID-19 has been created. For more information about the loan and to download the application, follow the link below.
    COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program
  • Coronavirus Update

    Due to ongoing developments regarding the novel coronavirus, Operation Oswego County has closed their office to the public. Although the staff will be working from home, we want to assure you that we will still be conducting business. If you are a current client of OOC or the COIDA, and have an immediate need, you may reach Kevin LaMontagne at extension 105 or Austin Wheelock at extension 104 through our main number, 315-343-1545. We ask for your patience during this difficult time. Know that we are acting in the best interests of our clients, staff and the community.
    COVID-19 Business Resources
Link to County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency website.

The County of Oswego Industrial Development Agency’s mission is to establish and implement sound economic development strategies in order to enhance the economic vitality of Oswego County’s businesses, industries, communities, and citizens, leading to an overall better quality of life.

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Link to Oswego County Civic Facilities Corporation website.

The purpose of the Oswego County Civic Facilities Corporation is to foster and encourage the location or expansion of facilities of not-for-profit entities in Oswego County through the issuance of negotiable revenue bonds, notes and other obligations on behalf of the County of Oswego for the benefit of not-for-profit corporations to finance projects.

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Link to Operation Oswego County Foundation webpage.

The Operation Oswego County Foundation exists to educate Oswego County citizens as well as existing and prospective businesses about the economic development services and resources available in order to expand and diversify the economy, thereby enhancing the quality of life in Oswego County.

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Upstate Energy Jobs

Upstate New York's three nuclear energy plants - including the FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant and Nine Mile Point Nuclear Generating Station in Oswego County and Ginna Nuclear Generating Station in Wayne County – help power New York and provide jobs, clean air and reliable energy.

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NGI

The Next Great Idea Business Plan Competition began in 2008 when economic development officials along with business and community leaders came together to develop a program to encourage entrepreneurism and develop a solution for a problem many businesses find when getting started - access to equity capital.

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