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The Corporation for New Milford Economic Development proudly partners with New Milford organizations and commissions that share a common mission of advancing the economic development and overall business climate in our community. 

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The EDC advises the Town Council on matters of economic policy and land use. This commission recommends incentives, resources and land-use policy. Click here for more information.

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The Greater New Milford Chamber of Commerce provides the business community opportunities to network, share information and ideas, and collaborate on issues affecting the business community and general well being of our community.

Through its monthly activities and events, area business people are afforded the opportunity to come together in both business and social settings.


The Chamber also serves as the organizational mechanism in bringing together private business and resources to assist the locale, provides a portfolio of services to assist member companies in growing their respective businesses, and offers assistance to firms inquiring about the area.  Click here for more information.

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The Riverfront Master Plan is a cornerstone of the Town’s economic development goals and objectives, to create a resilient and dynamic multi-purpose riverfront with enhanced connections to Downtown’s unique shops, restaurants and services. 

The riverfront investment will catalyze community development, brownfield reuse, economic resiliency, and revenue generation. The Plan’s opportunities build on the availability of intermodal access – automobile, bus, pedestrian, bicycle and by water – and include the possibility of restoring passenger rail service.

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The Northwest Regional Workforce Investment Board’s goal is to develop and maintain a highly-skilled workforce which promotes and sustains a healthy economy and business growth in Northwest Connecticut. The NRWIB provides training for workers across all sectors, focusing on high-demand industries. Their partnerships with businesses, career training providers, local governments, and human services agencies allow them to provide valuable services to adults and youth. The NRWIB is part of a statewide network of 19 American Job Centers, delivering free employment services through 1-on-1 career counseling, career training and job placement assistance. Their regional job centers are conveniently located in Waterbury, Danbury & Torrington. Click here for more information.

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