Learn more about the offices that support Nassau County's Economic Development efforts:
About Economic Development in Nassau County
Nassau County’s Economic Development efforts are spearheaded by the Deputy County Executive for Economic Development, and supported by the following County agencies:
Department of Public Works (DPW) Planning Division
Office of Community Development (OCD)
Office of Housing
Office of Hispanic Affairs (OHA)
Office of Minority Affairs (OMA)
Human Rights Commission (HRC)
Office of Asian American Affairs (OAAA)
The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) is also instrumental in the County’s economic development efforts, and coordinates with the County Executive’s office to help businesses locate and expand in Nassau County.
Finally, with Nassau County’s tourism industry accounting for over $2.69 billion in traveler spending, Long Island’s official tourism agency Discover Long Island promotes all that our County has to offer.1
1 Tourism Economics, an Oxford Economics Company. (2017). The Economic Impact of Tourism in New York (New York State, Empire State Development).