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Gross Receipt Tax Rates
Municipality Location Code Rate
Bayard 08-206 7.2500%
Hurley 08-404 7.2500%
Santa Clara 08-305 7.2500%
Silver City 08-107 7.3750%
Remainder of County 08-008 6.1875%

Property Tax Rates 
School District Residential Non-Reidential
1-IN 0.018283 0.025385
1-OUT 0.016699 0.022618
2-B 0.019152 0.025902
2-C 0.018584 0.024949
2-H 0.019200 0.024400
2-OUT 0.017901 0.02367
     
1-W Gila Watershed   0.005000
Cattle Indemnity   0.010000
Dairy Cattle   0.005000
Sheep Sanitary   0.010000
Bison   0.010000
Predator Control   0.005000 per head
     
State 0.001362 0.001362
General County 0.006112 0.011850
County Debt Services 0.001752 0.000000

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance

Financial Development Team (FDT)

If you are looking for an expert to guide you to the right financing tools, the Financial Development Team (FDT) is ready to help. FDT services include: financial packaging (Debt or Equity) and/or accessing capital; review and interpretation of company financial statements; in-depth financial analysis; and client consultations concerning all aspects of doing business. Team members also help their clients access programs like Smart Money and New Market Tax Credits, and they partner with organizations such as USDA, the SBA, The Loan Fund, and other micro-lenders. The Team works closely with every program in the Department and assists with every type of company, from technology commercialization to rural retail and service businesses.

Please contact Marcos Gonzales marcos.gonzales@state.nm.us for assistance.

New Mexico is traditionally competitive in attracting entrepreneurs and small businesses, and has developed programs to entice organizations both large and small to locate – or relocate - in the Land of Enchantment. State and local governments have worked together to open avenues for economic development: provisions for tax incentives and programs for economic growth are widely available to attract new businesses and investors to this region.

In the News
Gila EDA Roundtable
Dear Gila EDA Roundtable Participants, After a long hiatus during the summer, The Gila EDA Roundtable is back in session! Please mark your calendars for Friday, September 18th, 8 a.m. for coffee, 8:30 a.m. meeting to be held at the Grant County Administration Bldg., Commission Chambers. This month we are anxious to present Anthony Quintana of Q's Southern Bistro, Branding Iron Brewing Co., & The Fry House Wings and Fries. We are also anxious to hear about what has been happening and what we have to look forward to in our community from Emily Shilling of the Southwest Council of Government. We are also anxious to hear from you. Please plan on attending.
Grant County Economic Development Master Plan - Final Recommendations from Angelou Economics, Inc.
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Grant County Target Industries
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Grant County Market Assessment
Angelou Economics, INC located in Austin, Texas has been awarded the contract to write the Grant County Economic Development Master Plan. The initiative is being supported by an EDA grant awarded to Grant County. Phase I of the plan consisting of a Market Assessment has been completed after meeting with various focus groups and conducting numerous business interviews, as well as receiving great response from an on line survey for Grant County residents and another for Grant County businesses owners.
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