North Brevard Economic Development Zone

Welcome to the official website for The North Brevard Economic Development Zone (NBEDZ).

The NBEDZ, or "Zone", was created in July 2011 by the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners as a Special Dependent District established under Florida Statute, Chapter 200. It was conceived with the principal goal of facilitating job growth and economic development in the northern portion of Brevard County in the wake of NASA's Space Shuttle program end.

For more information about the Zone, contact Troy Post , CEcD, Executive Director, at (321) 621-4713.

Economic Development Plan

Wondering how North Brevard County residents and businesses will benefit from the Zone? Then download a copy of the Zone's Economic Development Plan and read about the special district's focus and its programs of assistance.

Mission Statement

Working with our local and state economic development partners, the mission of the North Brevard Economic Development Zone is to facilitate economic development activities through targeted investments that directly and demonstrably result in the creation and/or retention of quality employment, thereby increasing overall employment in northern Brevard County and aiding in the long-term expansion of the tax base.

By undertaking these economic development activities, and with continuing advocacy for foundational efforts to improve the region's competitiveness, it is the Zone's intent to increase economic opportunities for the residents of Brevard County.

To view copies of recorded minutes from recent Zone board of directors' meetings, please visit the Brevard County Clerk of Court's North Brevard Economic Development Zone website .

For statistical information on North Brevard, including a sample of available buildings and property, visit the North Brevard Website .

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