Frederick Businesses Honored at Best Places to Work Awards Ceremony
Frederick area businesses were recognized at the Annual Best Places to Work awards program held at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick on July 28, 2016. Nearly 100 nominations were submitted, and nine companies rose to the top after judges completed the scoring.
OED Launches HomegrownFrederick.com; Existing DiscoverFrederickMD.com Redesigned
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) has increased marketing efforts recently with the launch of a brand new agricultural website called HomegrownFrederick.com and the redesign of the existing DiscoverFrederickMD.com, which aims to help businesses start, locate, expand and discover Frederick County.
Frederick County Economic Development to Launch HomegrownFrederick.com at Keys Game
Please join the Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) at the Frederick Keys Nymeo Field on June 16, 2016 at 7:00pm as they launch their new agricultural website HomegrownFrederick.com and celebrate Frederick County’s rich agricultural heritage and bright future with the community.
Frederick County Part of BioHealth Capital Region Initiative to be a Top 3 Biotech Hub by 2023
BIOHEALTH CAPITAL REGION: ADVANCING SCIENCE. ACCELERATING INNOVATION.
Economic Development Annual Report Showcases "Where Big Ideas Grow"
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) is proud to present the 2015 Economic Development Annual Report. The report covers the work of the Frederick County Office of Economic Development and includes economic data to make the strong case for why businesses decide to locate and expand in Frederick County.
Frederick County's Trailblazing Path for Winemakers, Brewers and Distillers
Frederick County is where you can find the area’s best agricultural bounties, from award-winning wines and handcrafted brews fresh from the farm to distilled spirits made from locally harvested grains and fruits. Whether you’re looking for a charming farmhouse-turned taproom where downing a frosty mug of cold beer has never gone out of style, a romantic interlude at a beautiful winery, a brew tour with out of town visitors, or a night out with friends at a downtown distillery, there’s fun brewing in Frederick County.
Gap Financing Available for Sustainable Communities
Maryland has designated four Sustainable Communities in Frederick County: City of Brunswick, Town of Emmitsburg, Town of Middletown and the Town of Thurmont where under the Sustainable Communities Act of 2010, public/private investments and partnerships help develop healthier economies.