Community Development Corporation (CDC)


The Community Development Corporation (CDC) of the Town of Zionsville serves to receive funding in the form of assessments and awards from various for-profit and not-for-profit entities, and, in turn, award the funds to various for-profit and not-for-profit entities, via the Town of Zionsville Department of Redevelopment, in the interest of and for the betterment of the community of Zionsville.

The CDC is also responsible for administering a grant program for assistance to local businesses affected by unplanned expenses and lost revenue due to COVID-19.

The CDC is comprised of five members. Three are appointed by the Mayor. Two are appointed by the Redevelopment Commission. Term of service is one year. 

COVID-19 Assistance

To help local businesses impacted by COVID-19, the Town of Zionsville has launched the programs that address the burden of unplanned expenses and lost revenue incurred due to COVID-19. Assistance may be requested through a grant process managed by the Town of Zionsville Community Development Corporation (CDC).

This funding option is available to businesses located in the 106th Street Tax Increment Finance District (area bounded by Poplar Street, Elm Street, 96th Street, Michigan Road and Zionsville Road).

For more information on the CDC grant, businesses can contact or call Wayne DeLong, Director of Planning & Economic Development, at 317-503-6170.