Celebrating 20 Years Of Organizational Development

Celebrating 20 Years Of Organizational Development

This year, the City of Schertz Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) proudly celebrates its 20th Anniversary! The SEDC began with voter approval on February 3, 1998 and as part of a Texas Legislature program, which authorizes cities to create nonprofit development...
New Growth Brings New Job Opportunities

New Growth Brings New Job Opportunities

Anyone who has lived in Schertz for a few years is likely aware of the changing economic landscape of the city. From new businesses and housing developments to infrastructure improvements, Schertz is clearly growing, and that growth means job opportunities for...
10 Years of Schertz Growth

10 Years of Schertz Growth

Looking at a community from above reveals a lot about its’ growth pattern, and Schertz is no exception. Buildings that weren’t there a year ago now have an assortment of cars in the parking lot signifying new jobs. Rows of semitrucks behind a warehouse, caught in a...
Incentive Toolkit – State Incentives

Incentive Toolkit – State Incentives

As discussed in the previous post, Texas is unique from other states. Not only are the majority of our incentives offered at the local level but our state incentives match the grandeur which everyone has come to expect from Texas. The following is an overview of the...
Incentive Toolkit – Local Incentives

Incentive Toolkit – Local Incentives

Texas is unique from other states in many ways. In economic development, this distinction is most evident in incentives. In contrast to other states, the majority of incentives are offered at the local level rather than the state level. The following is an overview of...
Mission – A Focus On Projects

Mission – A Focus On Projects

Missions, historical outposts that once dotted the western frontier, are a big deal in Texas. Established to extend territory and promote outreach, Missions served in many roles, including as symbols (you’ve probably heard of the Alamo). In a similar way, the Schertz...