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 has some of the lowest overall costs of doing business in the country and a variety of incentive programs designed to assist business start-up, expansion and productivity.
We are committed to assisting businesses and providing support as you grow and expand your business. If you are looking for a new location, considering expansion, or want to learn more about incentives for businesses in Idaho, we can provide resources you need to be successful.
Our Economic Development staff and Community Development Department are ready to help you through the process whether you are building a new facility, expanding your current facility, locating to Post Falls or planning to start a new business.
We are committed to assisting businesses and providing support and information to realtors serving clients who are looking for a new location, considering expansion, or understanding the approval process.
For information or assistance on relocating or expanding your business
Email: Economic Development Staff
Toll Free (888) 925-9961
- City Projects Page current Commercial Site Plans, Active Subdivisions & Annexations, and City Capital Projects
- Economic Development Contacts
- Economic Development Packet (pdf)
- Economic Development Packet Flipbook
- City Maps/GIS
- Post Falls Chamber of Commerce
Nominations for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Tibbetts Awards are open through February 21, 2020. The Tibbetts Awards recognize companies, organizations, and individuals exemplifying the best of the best in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
Already have a nominee in mind? Check out the nomination guidelines.
Hayden-based ecommerce fulfillment company Dollar Fulfillment has purchased 5 acres of land in the Bighorn Industrial Park, just off Hargrave Avenue in west Post Falls.
E-commerce company buys parcel adjacent to site for NanaMacs
Idaho women entrepreneurs ties with Nevada as third in the nation for the economic clout of women-owned businesses, according to a recent survey by American Express.
Pipl Inc., a 14-year-old Post Falls-based technology company that specializes in connecting the online fragments of a person’s identity to verify that the person on the other side of the screen is who they say they are. - Oct. 10, 2019 Journal of Business
A proposal for a minus (-) 6.2 percent overall rate change to Idaho workers’ compensation insurance, effective January 1, 2020, has been approved by the Idaho Department of Insurance. The proposed rate change is recommended by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI).
“We are pleased to announce this reduction, a move which will benefit Idaho businesses, their employees and the economy in general,” said Director Dean Cameron.“ - Idaho Department of Insurance
NanaMacs Clothing, in Post Falls, was listed as one of the Quietly Booming in the Inland Northwest companies by Inc. Magazine. Also on the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene list of companies were these Post Falls companies – Precision Precast Erectors LLC and Mainstream Electric, Heating, Cooling & Plumbing. - Sept. 25, 2019 Journal of Business
Quietly Booming in the Inland Northweset
The Sawmill Grille is a unique place featuring American food with French and Southwestern influences. The menu includes everything from gourmet burgers and salads to Scotch-egg appetizers and prime rib and a full bar with drafts from local breweries.
- Aug. 4, 2019 Coeur d' Alene Press
A new study names Idaho the ideal place for homeowners.
SmartAsset, a real estate tracking firm, released its annual ranking of the best states for homeowners. The study, which measures nine economic ownership factors to rank each state, found Idaho outpaced the rest of the country. - June 7, 2019 Coeur d' Alene Press