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Town Departments > Column 1 > Economic Development

Seymour Economic Development

Department Info

 

 

Economic-Development

Contact: Economic Development Director
Fred A. Messore
Location: Town Hall
1 First Street
Seymour, CT  06483
Hours: Hours Vary
Telephone: (203) 463-3008
Fax: (203) 881-5005
Bio: Fred has extensive background in Economic Development, Banking, and with Commercial Real Estate Advisory services.  Fred came to Seymour having been the Executive Director for the West Haven Economic Development Corporation for six years. Currently Fred also has a dual role as Senior Vice President/Developmental Specialist at Colonial Properties, a Commercial Real Estate Brokerage and Investment Firm.

The Town of Seymour recognizes the importance of encouraging commercial and industrial business to invest in its future. Check out the following links to find more information

If you are interested in opening a business in town, expanding your current business, or seeing what incentives are available contact Fred!

The Economic Development Director can:

- Show you around the Town of Seymour
- Introduce you to members of the building department and assist you with land-use applications.
- Introduce you to realtors, property owners, and local banking representatives.
- Set up meetings between key town officials to get you headed in the right direction.

Town of Seymour Economic Development Commission

The primary goal of the Economic Development Commission is to enhance the commercial and industrial zones by providing a method of attracting business. As a member of the “Alliance for Economic Growth”, we work with the other Lower Naugatuck Valley communities to encourage investment in our area.  The EDC reviews every application for admittance into our Silvermine industrial park to ensure uniformity and to provide increased investment possibilities for existing companies.

External Links of Interest:

For more information about developing and growing your business, please visit the following State of Connecticut Web Sites:

Ever notice a little area in your neighborhood that could look a whole lot better if only somebody bothered to care for it once in a while?

Town of Seymour Adopt-a-Spot Program