Economic Development

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The City of Post Falls works to create, diversify, and enhance job growth and to promote business development and stability. Idaho is teeming with opportunities for business. Idaho is ranked 9th in the nation of top states for business by Forbes and 10th for our economic climate.

“I invite you to use the resources on this site to learn more about why Post Falls is a great place to expand or relocate your business.” –  Mayor Ronald G. Jacobson

Shelly Enderud

Whether you’re an existing business considering expansion or a new business considering Post Falls for your facility, our staff is ready to assist you through the process and with the opportunities Idaho offers. ” – Shelly Enderud, City Administrator 

Gynii Gilliam, Jobs Plus President

Post Falls has long been an economic development magnet, at least in part because the city is so efficient. Post Falls moves so quickly. I think industry hears about it. Realtors hear about it.” – Gynii Giliam, Jobs Plus President (May 2016 NI Business Journal)

Business News

View of the Rathdrum Prairie

Follow this link for updates on City of Post Falls projects and major projects in the City.

Beyond Green Tech Park

Beyond Green, Inc. recently announced the availability of a new technology/ chip/ data center and general industrial properties in North Idaho. Located in Post Falls and Rathdrum, Idaho, the 700+ – acre sites can support several 500,000 sq. Ft. Single mission-critical centers, smaller tech projects and industrial project of any size. Click here for more information.

Maverik Gas Station

A Maverik Inc. gas station and convenience store is being built at the southeast intersection of Pointe Parkway and Beck Road, in Post Falls. The $1.4 million project is being developed by Draper, Utah-based Wadsworth Development Group, which acquired the 161-acre Pointe at Post Falls development in mid-2013.

A 245-acre technology park community has been proposed for Post Falls on the Rathdrum Prairie.

Buck Knives and Remington photo

Buck Knives announced a partnership with Remington Outdoor Company as the new official licensee of Remington cutlery.

Buck Knives announced a partnership with Remington Outdoor Company as the new official licensee of Remington cutlery.

Kootenai Memorial Hospital

Kootenai Health is embarking on a $10.5 million, two-story, 22,000 sq ft expansion project.

Orgill welcome

Orgill Project wins one of only 15 national Community Impact (CiCi)i Awards from Trade & Industry Development .

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More Business News….

  • Idaho Investment Guide 2019 – Idaho Commerce
  • BOISE – The U.S. Census Bureau says that for the second year in a row, Idaho has earned the title of fastest-growing state in the country.  — Spokesman-Review, December 24, 2018

  • Earlier this week, Director Meuleman shared some thoughts on Idaho’s recent CNBC ranking for Top States for Business in 2018. Read more about what sets Idaho apart from the competition. – Idaho Commerce, August 10, 2018
  • Power Products Company Moves to Post Falls – This spring, Critical Power Products & Services moved into a new 18,000-square-foot building off Pleasant View Road in Post Falls, said a news release. The new facility houses Critical Power’s 24 employees, a warehouse, maintenance shop and extensive outdoor yard for storage of the company’s growing inventory of new, used and refurbished power generation and backup
    infrastructure equipment. – Coeur d’ Alene Press – June 8, 2018
  • North Idaho is Storage Toyland – Steel Structures of America has recently completed multiple large storage projects in Kootenai County, such as Eagle Rock RV & Boat Storage in Post Falls with 80,000 square feet of storage space. Coeur d’ Alene Press, May 19, 2018
  • Buck Knives Expands Everyday Category – More options in Rival series, new handle materials, and a new line of lightweight options now available. Press Release
  • Idaho’s state parks add $184 million to state’s economy in 2016. For every dollar Idaho taxpayers pay toward the parks, $54 is returned to the economy, according to the study. Spokesman Review – Feb. 8, 2018
  • Governor Signs Unemployment Tax Relief Bill – Idaho employers to save $115 million over three years. House Bill 335 – passed unanimously by both the House and Senate – will ensure the continuing solvency of Idaho’s unemployment reserve fund used to pay benefits. It lowers rates for taxpaying businesses retroactive to January 1, 2018.
  • Old Factory Outlets spaces to fill up in Post Falls –  Large amounts of space absorbed in buildings that had been mostly vacant. The former Post Falls Factory Outlets complex and the neighboring Post Falls Factory Stores building, both of which have been mostly vacant for roughly a decade, will be mostly occupied by the end of the year, current owners say. Spokane Journal of Business – Feb. 1, 2018
  • Post Falls ranked one of the Safest Cities in Idaho in 2018 (National Council for Home Safety and Security)

For information or assistance on relocating or expanding your business
Email: Economic Development Staff
Toll Free (888)925-9961

Economic Development Packet

Economic Development Brochure

Economic Development Brochure (in Flipbook format)
PDF for download or printing

Why Post Falls Brochure
2016 New Businesses
City Maps/GIS
City Budget Book – CAFR – PAFR
City Projects Page current Commercial Site Plans, Active Subdivisions & Annexations, and City Capital Projects.

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For more information or assistance on relocating or expanding your business
Email: Economic Development Staff
Toll Free (888)925-9961