The Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO) supports economic activity, opportunity, and resident’s quality of life.
The CEDO works collaboratively with residents and businesses, as well as municipal departments and commissions, to plan for Clinton. The CEDO develops projects that further community goals, and then secures funding and administers these projects, including downtown revitalization, infrastructure improvements, open space acquisition, brownfields remediation, and social services. The CEDO maintains constructive relationships with regional and statewide entities that support communities and economic vitality. It is a point of contact within the community for existing and emerging businesses.
Growing Your Business in Clinton
Planning to open or expand your business? Congratulations! Click here to find a wealth of information to guide you through the process, as well as links to resources you may find helpful. In addition, feel free at any time to directly contact the Community & Economic Development Office. Contact info is listed at right.
A Guide to Starting Your Business in Clinton
A Guide to Permitting under Zoning
The 2017 federal Tax Cut and Jobs Act enabled the creation of Opportunity Zones, areas in which certain investments in businesses, property, and real estate may qualify for meaningful tax benefits. In April, 2018, the U.S. Department of the Treasury designated two of Clinton's three census tracts as qualified Opportunity Zones.
Information on the Opportunity Zone Program may be found here.
Boundary map of Clinton's Opportunity Zones may be found here.
Selected Clinton properties may be found here.
Clinton Housing Improvement Program
The Clinton Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) assists income-qualifying owners who wish to make needed repairs to their properties. There are eligibility requirements, but if you are a property owner who wishes to know more, please download a pre-application form (PDF). You may also contact the Phil Duffy in the Community and Economic Development Office at 978-365-4113, or email for more information.
The Clinton Housing Improvement Program is made possible by funding from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.