The department is the first point of contact regarding economic development opportunities. The staff is asked to provide Carmel statistics and other relevant information to corporations considering locating in Carmel. The staff works closely with the Indiana Governor’s Office, Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), Hamilton County Alliance and private economic development consultants to ensure the attentive handling of such opportunities.
We also assist in organizing tour groups visiting Carmel to find out more about city planning, traditional neighborhood development and roundabouts. We also get calls from individuals that are considering a job in the area or are considering moving here for other reasons and assist them with information about Carmel and the area serving as the City’s “visitors’ bureau” for lack of better term.
The Economic Department:
- Assists with groups visiting or touring the City of Carmel
- Fills in for Mayor if unable to speak to students or other groups that tour City Hall
- Coordinates the itineraries of visiting dignitaries and their entourages
- Works with the Chamber of Commerce, Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau or the Hamilton County Alliance to meet needs of citizens or visitors
For a more detailed explanation of responsibilities and activities within the Community Relations and Economic Development Department please click here
Economic Development Brochure - please click here.
Indiana University’s Public Policy Institute has released their comprehensive analysis of two decades of Carmel’s public investment in its central core and how this has impacted economic development in Carmel.
To read the release and read or download the report itself visit: click here