Balanced and Equitable Community Development

Grandview Industrial Park

In August of 2022, Carnivore Meat Company broke ground on a $55 million, 235,0000-square-foot facility that will bring an additional 150 jobs to Green Bay. The project will provide $10 million in annual salary and add $35 million in tax base to the City.

The Carnivore Project will serve as the anchor tenant to the establishment of the first phase of the Grandview Industrial Park—a 375-acre employment center—that will provide spaces for light industrial uses including manufacturing, warehousing, and supporting commercial uses.

Railyard Project

The City received the 2022 National Brownfields Conference Award for EPA Region 5 for the Railyard Project as a successful environmental contamination remediation project. The Railyard Project is an ongoing commercial and residential re-development site in the On-Broadway corridor. 

Grant and Loan Opportunities

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law on March 11, 2021 and the City was allocated $23,695,516 to use within ARPA guidelines. Using ARPA funds, the City created and implemented multiple grant programs to aid impacted communities through Tourism Enhancement Grants, Façade Improvement Grants, Affordable Housing initiatives, Funding of public infrastructure, Expansion of Neighborhood Associations and Funding Public Arts. 

The City is committed to supporting businesses that create stable jobs and grow our local economy. We have invested a total of $307,000 in low interest loans to women and minority-owned businesses through the City’s Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) program that was established in 2018. Additionally, we have provided 67 loans totaling $6.7 million through the City’s Community Development RLF program.

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