Local Incentives

Incentives
Chapter 380 of the Texas Local Government Code allows Texas municipalities to provide a grant or a loan of city funds or services to promote economic development.
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Chapter 381 of the Local Government Code allows counties, such as Guadalupe County, to provide incentives encouraging developers to build in their jurisdictions.
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The Freeport Exemption is a business personal property tax exemption on inventory that is in Texas for a short period of time (175 days or less) and will be transported...
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Goods-in-Transit Exemptions Goods-in-Transit exemptions can be offered by area school districts, Guadalupe County, and the City of Seguin to exempt inventory from ad valorem taxation. The Goods-in-Transit exemption is applied to...
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SEDC Performance Incentives can be made available for qualifying Projects that result in the creation or retention of Primary Jobs.
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The Seguin Economic Development Corporation Team stands ready to provide your business with the assistance and resources you need. SEDC Project Assistance can help businesses learn about more about the...
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The City of Seguin and Guadalupe County may offer property (ad valorem) tax abatement to qualified economic development projects.
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