West Virginia Department of Commerce Region 4

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Region 4



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Economic Development Authorities in Region 4

  1. Boone County Community & Economic Development Corporation

    Serves these counties: BOONE

    City: Madison

  2. Braxton County Development Authority

    Serves these counties: BRAXTON

    City: Sutton

  3. Central Appalachia Empowerment Zone of WV (CAEZ)

    Serves these counties: CLAY

    City: Clay

  4. Clay County Development Corporation

    Serves these counties: CLAY

    City: Clay

  5. Corridor G Regional Development Authority

    Serves these counties: BOONE, LINCOLN, LOGAN, MINGO

    City: Logan

  6. Hatfield McCoy Regional Recreation Authority

    Serves these counties: BOONE, LOGAN, MINGO, WYOMING, MCDOWELL, MERCER, LINCOLN

    City: Lyburn

  7. Lincoln Economic Development Authority

    Serves these counties: LINCOLN

    City: West Hamlin

  8. Logan County Development Authority

    Serves these counties: LOGAN

    City: Logan

  9. McDowell County Economic Development Authority

    Serves these counties: MCDOWELL

    City: Welch

  10. Mercer County Development Authority

    Serves these counties: MERCER

    City: Princeton

  11. Mingo County Redevelopment Authority

    Serves these counties: MINGO

    City: Williamson

  12. Upper Kanawha Valley Economic Development Corporation

    Serves these counties: KANAWHA

    City: Montgomery

  13. Upper Kanawha Valley Enterprise Community

    Serves these counties: KANAWHA, FAYETTE

    City: Cabin Creek

  14. Wyoming County Economic Development Authority

    Serves these counties: WYOMING

    City: Pineville

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