An Interactive Guide to Setting up a small business in: Person County, Caswell County, and throughout North Carolina
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About Caswell County, North Carolina

Yanceyville Town Hall
Yanceyville Town Hall
Yanceyville City Street
Yanceyville City Street

Piedmont Community College Film Campus
Piedmont Community College Film
and Video Production & Traing Facility
Caswell Campus
Shopping In Yanceyville
Shopping In Yanceyville
Medical:
Caswell EMS and First Responders Program
Caswell Fam. Medical Center
Prospect Hill Fam. Med. Ctr.
Danville Regional Hospital
Person Memorial Hospital
Alamance Regional Hospital
UNC-Chapel Hill Med. Ctr.
Duke Univ. Hospital

Cultural Activities:
Caswell County Civic Center
State Artist in Residence
Young People’s Performing Arts Series
Northern Carolina Film Studios
Historic Towns of Milton & Yanceyville
Annual Brightleaf Festival
And more...

Incentives

Tax Credits
The William S. Lee Quality Jobs and Expansion Act rewards eligible companies expanding or relocating in North Carolina that hire within the North Carolina workforce to fill positions.

See N. C. Department of Commerce Finance Center http://www.nccommerce.com/

Industrial Revenue Bonds
The State's principal interest in Industrial Revenue Bonds is assisting new and expanding industry while seeing that North Carolinians get good jobs at good wages.

Composite Bonds

The William S. Lee Quality Jobs and Expansion Act rewards eligible companies expanding or relocating in North Carolina that hire within the North Carolina workforce to fill positions.

Community Development Block Grants
The State's principal interest in Industrial Revenue Bonds is assisting new and expanding industry while seeing that North Carolinians get good jobs at good wages.

The Industrial Development Fund
The State's principal interest in Industrial Revenue Bonds is assisting new and expanding industry while seeing that North Carolinians get good jobs at good wages.

One North Carolina Fund
The William S. Lee Quality Jobs and Expansion Act rewards eligible companies expanding or relocating in North Carolina that hire within the North Carolina workforce to fill positions.

Job Development Investment Grant
This discretionary incentive may provide sustained annual grants to new and expanding business measured against a percentage of withholding taxes paid by new employees. The program is competitive and the Economic Investment Committee, which oversees it can award up to 25 grants in a calendar year. Contact the NC Department of Commerce Finance Center for the detailed criteria

Business Development & Support
Business and Industry partnerships are a hallmark of Piedmont Community College. We are in the business of helping businesses succeed. Whether it's providing additional training, one-on-one counseling, or contacts and information, we're here to serve you. We understand the problems small businesses face. And best of all most of our services are free!
The College cooperates with existing industries to provide employee training and services as a catalyst for economic development in both Person and Caswell Counties. PCC is committed to training the workforce for emerging jobs and the changing workplace, from the most basic level to the most high-tech. If you're an entrepreneur, you'll find the helping hand you need through the College's

Caswell County County Campus
331 Piedmont Drive
Yanceyville, NC 27379

Directions to the Caswell County Campus

FROM DURHAM: Take I-85 South to U.S. 70 West. In Hillsborough, take N.C. 86 North to Yanceyville. Go straight onto Main Street; take a left onto U.S. 62 South. Go about one-fourth mile and turn left onto campus.

FROM BURLINGTON: Take U.S. 62 North. The campus is on the right, just before the intersection with Main Street, Yanceyville.

FROM DANVILLE, VA.: Take U.S. 86 South to Yanceyville. At Main Street, take right, then next left onto U.S. 62 South. The campus entrance is one-fourth mile on the left.

FROM GREENSBORO: Take U.S. 29 North to N.C. 150 North. Follow N.C. 150 to U.S. 158 East. In Yanceyville, take right onto Main Street; then go right on N.C. 62 South. The campus is one-fourth mile on the left.

FROM REIDSVILLE: Take U.S. 158 East. In Yanceyville, take right onto Main Street; then go right onto N.C. 62 South. The campus is one-fourth mile on the left.

Business Development & Entrepreneurship Center. If you are running your own business or just thinking about it, you can enhance your skills and productivity by taking advantage of one of the many free seminars we offer.

For more information, contact:
Randy Reynolds
Business Development Center
Piedmont Community College

105 North Main Street
Roxboro, NC 27573
Phone: (336) 599-0032
Fax: (336) 599-0189
reynoldr@piedmontcc.edu

Permits and Licensing

At present the Town of Yanceyville does not require businesses to acquire a Privilege License.

Yanceyville Town Hall
200 E. Church Street
Yanceyville, NC 27379
336-694-5431

Monday - Friday
8:30-5:00


Business Laws and Regulations
Refer to the following to learn how to meet legal requirements as an employer or what your rights are as an employee. The US Department of Labor maintains a Web site detailing all major laws and regulations that it enforces. The DOL site also includes a listing of major workplace issues, as well as links to compliance tools and an Employment Law Guide.

Refer to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) site for additional information.

Caswell County Planning and Inspections
336-694-9731
Caswell Economic Development
336-694-6093
Rural Economic &Community Development Services
336-694-4101
Caswell County Environmental Health
336-694-9731
Piedmont Community College
Business Development& Entrepreneurship Center
336-599-0032
 

For more information about Caswell County and the Town of Yanceyville, click the following links below.

Caswell County Government Link
Town of Yanceyville Government Link
Caswell County Chamber of Commerce Link

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