The City of Kyle is pleased to consider potential incentives based upon factors such as capital investment, creation of tax revenue, job creation numbers and average wage.
Facilitation the Development Process City of Kyle Economic Development Department is part of the City of Kyle Community Development Team, working hand in hand with the Planning, Engineering and Building Departments to offer a “one-stop-shop” experience in order to warrant a seamless development process.
Under the First Year on Us commercial development plan, owner occupied business may apply for a one-time tax rebate up to $10,000 for improvements on real and personal property that increases the value of said property.
Freeport property includes various types of property that are detained in Texas for a short period of time (175 days or less) to be transported out of Texas. The goods must be in Texas for certain purposes, such as assembly, storage, manufacturing, processing or fabrication. This exemption was proposed to enhance economic development.
This program promotes economic development in rural areas by providing financial incentives to assist businesses wishing to locate or expand in their communities. Funds may be used for construction and/or improvements of public infrastructure (water, sewer, roads, etc.).
PIDs offer cities and counties a means for improving their infrastructure to promote economic growth in an area.
Qualifying businesses considering locate in Kyle have the opportunity to apply for a property tax abatement on new value created as a result of the project.
Economic Development & Diversification In-State Tuition for Employees is a program that allows employees—and those employees’ family members—of a qualified business considering a relocation or expansion of its operations in the State of Texas to pay in-state tuition rates at public institutions of higher education in the state without first establishing residency.
The Product Development and Small Business Incubator Fund (PDSBI) is a revolving loan program financed through original bond issuances. The primary objective of the program is to aid in the development, production and commercialization of new or improved products and to foster and stimulate small business in the State of Texas.
Established by the 74th Legislature in 1995, The Skills Development Fund
was designed to better utilize the public community and technical
college system in Texas as well as other training organizations and have
them partner with businesses throughout the state (with priority on
small businesses) to train workers to meet the labor needs of employers
and the regional labor market.
SIBs were authorized in 1995 as a part of the National Highway Designation Act (NHS) to help accelerate needed mobility improvements through a variety of financial assistance options made to local entities through state transportation departments.
The City has historically utilized Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZ) as a powerful vehicle to develop and redevelop qualified projects based on City goals and objectives.
Supports rural business development, retention and expansion by
providing funds for public infrastructure, real estate development, or
the elimination of deteriorated conditions.
An economic development tool designed to provide financial resources to non-entitlement communities. Funds from this program can be utilized for public infrastructure (water, sewer, roads, etc.) needed to assist a business which commits to create and/or retain permanent jobs, primarily for low and moderate-income persons.
The Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) awards “deal-closing” grants to
companies considering a new project for which one Texas site is
competing with other out-of-state sites. The fund serves as a financial
incentive for those companies whose projects would contribute
significant capital investment and new employment opportunities to the
The Texas Enterprise Zone Program (EZP) is a state sales and use tax
refund program designed to encourage private investment and job creation
in economically distressed areas of the state.
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal income tax benefit administered by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) for employers who hire individuals from specified target populations. WOTC reduces a business’s federal tax liability, serving as an incentive to select job candidates who may be disadvantaged in their efforts to find employment.