Just think... you wouldn't have to drive home on Sunday evenings after a great weekend of skiing or hiking!
We provide important resources for local businesses - including a new Technology Village in an attractive, accessible setting on the Saco River. It already houses a Business Resource Center (including our successful Technology Business Incubator) and the Learning Center - home to Granite State College.
The Village's Technology Business Park, still in development, includes three to five one-acre lots with all infrastructure in place. Each lot will be served by roads, electric, water, waste and high-speed telecommunications access.
Discover what Mount Washington Valley has to offer, with the resources of the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council.
Commercial Office Space Available
Two office suites available in a vibrant, modern office park, at prices ranging from $400 - $1,250 per month.
Rent includes heat, electricity, internet access, conference rooms and front desk receptionist.
Startups encouraged to apply. Contact 447-6622 for more information.
The 8th Annual Mt. Washington Valley Regional Science and Technology Fair
is seeking qualified judges to help judge Science Fair presentations from middle and high school students on May 14, 2015.
For more information about the Science Fair go to: http://mwvscifair.org/https://twitter.com/MWVScienceFair
and on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MWV-Regional-Science-Technology-Fair/115150571844833?ref=tn_tnmn
The Mount Washington Valley Economic Council, as the Lead Agency for Carroll County Regional Coordinating Council (CCRCC) will be submitting an application for approximately $58,715 of FTA Section 5310 Purchase of Service funding. The purpose of this funding is to expand transportation services for the elderly and disabled in Carroll County. Transportation providers currently accessing these funds are Tri-County CAP, the Gibson Center for Senior Services, and Carroll County RSVP. It is anticipated those providers will again provide eligible service, but any other interested transportation providers that provide transportation for the elderly and disabled should in Carroll County contact Mary Poesse no later than April 9th, 2014 to inquire about funding eligibility.
All questions or comments can be directed towards Mary Poesse, North Country Council, (603) 444-6303 x24 or Jac Cuddy, Executive Director, (603) 447-6622.