Welcome to Gloucester Township’s economic development website. Over the last few years, we have focused our efforts on stabilizing the township’s budget, building a top-rate livable community, and creating a proper climate to retain and attract new businesses. Our efforts to advance all these goals together have paid off.
Today, Gloucester Township has a stable budget. Over the last three years we have cut public sector jobs, entered into shared services agreements, and put in place tough audit systems that will ensure every penny is accounted for and our expenditures are transparent. As a result of these efforts, the township enjoys an “A” bond rating from Standards & Poor.
Gloucester Township ranks as one of the top communities in the region because of our commitment to build a livable community. We have more police officers patrolling our streets than ever before, and we have many community gardens and parks. In a township that spans 23 square miles, we have homes that are ideal for people with
all tastes and budgets. Our proximity to Philadelphia, Atlantic City and ready access to all transportation resources makes our community the perfect location to live
work, and play.
We have made tangible progress in retaining and attracting new businesses. Our thoughtful and tested one-stop shop concept to review and approve good development projects has yielded positive results for our township. Whether it our focus on downtown rehabilitation or our intention to maximize the potential of our designated redevelopment areas, Gloucester Township is just getting started.
Please feel free to contact us and learn more about how Gloucester Township is Focused on Business and Grounded in Family.”
David R. Mayer
"The Economic Development Corporation is pleased to support and endorse the formation of the Gloucester Township Business Association(GTBA). The GTBA's mission is to be an advocacy and support organization for businesses located in Gloucester Township. Unlike regional business organizations, we believe that catering to local businesses is critical to the continued revitalization of our community. And that is the stated objective of the GTBA."
-Joseph A. Angeloni,
Chairman of the Economic Development Corporation