Local Business Incentive Programs
Parker Authority for Reinvestment (PAR)
The Town of Parker established the Parker Authority for Reinvestment
(PAR) on June 19, 2006 to foster development and redevelopment that maintains our community's high quality of life and public spaces through alleviating and preventing blight within Parker.
Parker Improvement Program (PIP)
The Parker Improvement Program (PIP)
provides matching funds for eligible property owners and tenants to upgrade the appearance of storefronts and building facades. Improving and upgrading building facades in Parker, especially along the Parker Road corridor, is one of the important goals of this plan. The PIP seeks to bring new life to existing buildings that do not conform to current standards or are in need of a "facelift." By assisting property owners with upgrading the appearance of their buildings, the aesthetic environment of Parker is enhanced, thus improving the economic vitality for all businesses and the Town as a whole.
Small Business Scholarship Program
As part of the Town’s commitment to small businesses and entrepreneurs, Parker provides a Small Business Scholarship Program
. This program allows reimbursement of business training expenses to small and home-based business owners/employers with 25 or fewer employees. To qualify, businesses must be licensed and located within the Parker town limits.
Tax and Fee Assistance Program (TAP)
The purpose of the Tax and Fee Assistance Program
is to encourage the recruitment, retention, establishment or expansion of businesses and employers within the Town through a sales tax and/or fee sharback as may be provided for in the TAP Ordinance (8.27).
All Business Incentive Programs are subject to available of funding.