Economic Data

Serving Lamoille County’s business community for more than 50 years.

Demographic Info. & More

LEDC is committed to furnishing current information upon which our businesses can make sound decisions. With residents who attain a level of education above the state average, and a population growing at a rate more than double that of the rest of Vermont, Lamoille County offers businesses and industry access to an expanding educated workforce and market. Details can be found at the Census Bureau’s website: Lamoille County Vermont Quick Facts.

Lamoille County Businesses: Lamoille County is often envisioned as a tourism economy because of Stowe and Smugglers Notch. The truth is our employment base crosses hundreds of industry sectors. Please browse the link below to get the complete picture of the Lamoille Valley business base. You’ll be impressed! Lamoille County Businesses

Labor Market Information: The strength of any business is its employee base. Lamoille County has an available skilled labor pool. The details and history of their availability can be found at the following site: Labor Market Information


Lamoille County Residents


Women-Owned Businesses


Minority-Owned Businesses


Businesses Who Employ Workers

What's happening

Check in here often for the latest news regarding economic development opportunities in Lamoille County.

Lamoille Economic Development Corporation


Membership Benefits

We offer our members funding, services, and support and we retain a full-time staff to provide these services. We hope you will take advantage of all LEDC offers.


Meet Our Members

Our members cover a wide array of industries, from hospitality and dining to outdoor sports and more. Get to know our team today!


Revolving Loan Fund

We provide loans to small and medium sized businesses located in or moving to Lamoille County, Vermont. If your in need of business funding, lets talk.

Your Partner In
Growing The Future.

We hope you will join us in our ongoing mission to promote and grow Lamoille County’s economy. As business owners and community members, we are stronger when we work together.