A lot of Nevada is rural. That doesn’t mean one rural community is the same as the next. Economic development in Nevada’s rural communities varies by community, location, established industries and what complementary businesses would fit with existing businesses.
Another consideration is the type of businesses that could locate in the area and improve the quality of life for existing residents, and those considering moving.
Nevada offers incentives for businesses locating in rural areas, depending on certain criteria, like the number of jobs that will be created. Incentives range from sales and use tax abatement, modified business tax abatements, personal and real property tax abatements, and specific abatements such as those for data centers or amusement parks.
Benefits beyond incentives include room to grow and easy access to the western states. There’s also the…