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Eagar Economic Development Programs

Look Local First

Sure, not everything is available here, but if you look local first you'll be surprised how many products are available... and at competitive prices too. Buying goods and services locally also helps keep jobs here, supports the continued availability of goods and services, and helps to maintain a vibrant local economy. So before you travel fifty miles just to stand in line at a big box store or make that next order online, make sure to "look local first" at our hometown local Eagar businesses!

Business Support

You're business belongs here! Whether you're interested in expanding your current business, starting a new business or relocating an existing one, you owe it to yourself to consider Eagar, Arizona. Located in the heart of Arizona's beautiful White Mountains, there are plenty of business opportunities, solid transportation infrastructure and telecomminications infrastructure, and an educated work force. Plus, you can't beat the work-life balance. Check us out.

A bit about Eagar, Arizona

Nestled at the base of the White Mountains in northeastern Arizona, the Town of Eagar serves as a central access point to the region's recreational opportunities. Whether it's the skiing, hiking, trail riding, hunting, fishing or cycling, Eagar is a natural choice for people who enjoy an active lifestyle. A low crime rate, small town atmosphere, easy access to major transportation hubs, and an affordable quality of life make Eagar a popular choice for small business expansion or relocation.


For more demographics and a community profile, click here.

Welcome... the home of Eagar's economic development program. Our goal is to help local businesses thrive and expand, attract new businesses that compliment our existing ones, and encourage residents to purchase goods and services locally. 


Quick News...

Thank you to everyone who attended our second "Business Town Hall Meeting" on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. We've already received a very positive response to the Round Valley Busness Inventory Project that was discussed at the meeting. The project is designed to provide information about local businesses to some of the large regional extractive industry, wood products, and energy players that we hope will have a strong economic impact on Round Valley in the near future

The link for the business inventory that we discussed during the meeting is now up and running! Please complete the web form and our partners atr Northland Pioneer College's Small Business Development Center will follow up with you. (Thank you to NPC's Tracy Mancuso and Richard Chanick for helping make it all happen.) Also, Make sure to read the related story in the White Mountain Independent.


If you would like assistance or if you have any questions about the business inventory initiative, just e-mail us at

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