Key Partners
Economic Vitality

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The Office of Economic Vitality serves as the central hub in actively creating opportunities to coordinate and connect both private and public sector ecosystem members across the economic development spectrum. And, when gaps of the ecosystem are identified, the Office of Economic Vitality leads the effort to seek out and create new partnership opportunities as well as augment successful initiatives by providing additional resources.

Our community’s economic vitality relies on businesses like yours and those of our key partners and the Office of Economic Vitality works diligently to actively engage all of our private and public partners.

Local Entities

Alliance for Entrepreneurial Resource Organization (AERO)
Capital Regional Transportation and Planning Authority
Career Pathways Council
CareerSource Capital Region
Community Redevelopment Authority
Downtown Improvement Authority
Leon County Research and Development Authority
Small Business Development Center at Florida A&M University

Private Entities

Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce
Capital City Chamber of Commerce
Domi Station
Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce

State Entities

CareerSource Florida
Enterprise Florida
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity

Institutions of Higher Education

Florida A&M University
Florida State University
The Jim Moran Institute at FSU
Tallahassee Community College

Applications for Leon CARES Assistance Open On Monday, August 17 at 8 a.m.
If you have been impacted by COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive direct assistance through Leon County’s Leon CARES program starting Monday, August 17. Leon CARES provides federal funds to meet critical community needs related to COVID-19.
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