Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRB's) are among the most popular and cost-efficient methods of financing up to 100 percent of a growing business' land, building, and equipment.
The Kansas Legislature established the Kansas Economic Opportunity Initiatives Fund (KEOIF) in recognition of the need to assist Kansas communities and businesses when an economic emergency or unique opportunity arises.
The Kansas Existing Industry Expansion Program (KEIEP) provides loans to assist in financing the expansion of small businesses in Kansas. KEIEP awards are performance-based and dependent upon the project's size.
The IMPACT program is a funding mechanism designed to respond to the training and capital requirements of major business expansions and locations in the state.
The Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation (KTEC) operates several programs which provide financing (and other assistance) for "high-tech" Kansas businesses.
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) is a real estate redevelopment technique applicable to industrial, commercial, and residential projects.
The USDA Rural Development (RD) provides loans to businesses with the Business and Industry (B&I) program.
Rebecca Bouska, Deputy City Administrator