The City of Woodbury is committed to the process of Economic Development. Whether you are starting a new business venture, or expanding an existing one, Woodbury is the place to be! Our City employee’s and Professionals are here to assist in navigating the process and provide guidance to individuals and companies looking to establish, relocate, or expand a business within Woodbury
Triad Associates is a multi-disciplined team of professionals, representing public, private, and nonprofit clients in securing federal, state, and regional resources for a wide range of community and economic development projects. We utilize our expertise in analyzing economic and community needs, our in-depth knowledge of available funding resources, and our resourcefulness in fostering public/private partnerships to formulate innovative, workable strategies to meet our clients’ objectives. Founded in 1978, Triad is headquartered Vineland, New Jersey, with a regional office in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Since 1978, Triad Associates has represented over 120 public, private, and nonprofit development clients throughout the Northeast, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, as well as in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
South Woodbury Neighborhood Preservation Program The goal of the South Woodbury Neighborhood Preservation Program plan is to revitalize this area into a thriving neighborhood primarily by aggressive code enforcement targeted at vacant and abandoned properties, and the rehabilitation of single-family and mixed-use buildings. With this, the City will be able to arrest decline, protect the neighborhood’s unique character as a desirable place to live and to shop, and leverage existing assets and partnerships to catalyze community and economic development. Additional information on the South Woodbury NPP Plan will be available after the survey data is collected.
NJ Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ neighborhood based programs are designed to play a key role in implementing New Jersey’s neighborhood revitalization efforts by strengthening the ability of municipalities to plan and implement strategies to help declining neighborhoods become thriving neighborhoods; building partnerships between state and local governments, private businesses, and residents; and encouraging private investment to drive increased economic opportunities and quality of life in the state’s vulnerable communities.
2020 Market Analysis of Woodbury and its Downtown Market District.
The purpose of this analysis is to explore some of the existing strengths of the business activity in Woodbury, both downtown and city wide, and to examine sectors of the retail and service industries where new investment may be possible.
Neighborhood Preservation Program 2020 – South Woodbury Neighborhood Implementation Plan Revised March 10, 2020
The Year 1 Implementation Plan addresses four goals of Economic Development, Urban Enhancements, Community Engagement and Civic Engagement by introducing several projects and programs. More information on the projects and programs will be available as they come into fruition. Please follow the South Woodbury Neighborhood Preservation Program on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up-to-date. View the map of the South Woodbury NPP District.
NJEDA – Micro Business Loan Program makes financing of up to $50,000 available to for-profit businesses legally registered to do business in New Jersey, with a business location in New Jersey (home-based businesses are not eligible), who have annual revenues in the most current fiscal year of no more than $1,500,000, and 10 full-time employees or less at time of application.
Startup businesses are eligible for financing but must demonstrate to the Authority that they have completed an entrepreneurship training program or Small Business Development Center counseling sessions.
Other Economic Outlets in and out of Woodbury
The City works closely with Main Street Woodbury Inc., the Woodbury Merchant and Professional Association , the Greater Woodbury Chamber of Commerce and the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce to support and enhance our business community.
Women’s Business Development Center – A non profit organization that provides a variety of workshops to help women start and retain a business
Rowan College at Gloucester County – This is Gloucester County College’s site for Continuing Education classes. There are many business classes both on campus and online to help anyone starting in or established in business.
Woodbury Economic Development
PO Box 180
33 Delaware Street
Woodbury, NJ 08096