About Us

Whether your business is new or expanding or you need assistance, the Carroll County Department of Economic Development will help. We are a results-oriented team, committed to matching your business needs with the best possible location and creative programs that give you a competitive edge. Carroll County, Maryland boasts concentrations of highly educated productive workers, an emerging technology sector and a solid manufacturing tradition that blends with our rural heritage. We are a growing community that has, over the past years, produced thousands of new jobs in a dynamic and diverse economy.

Success Grows in Carroll County!

“Evapco’s fundamental business philosophy is…people make the difference. We feel proud and fortunate to draw upon the people of Carroll County to help build our global success.”

William Bartley
President & CEO, Evapco, Inc.

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QUICK STATS

3.7%

Unemployment Rate
(Mar. 2018)

95,590

Laborforce
(Avg. 2018)

174,183

Population
(Mar. 2018)

$85,385

Median Household Income
(U.S. Census Estimate)

92.1%

Educational Attainment
(HS Diploma & Above)

NEWS

Household Income 2012-2013

  • Carroll Manufacturing panel discussions, Manufacturing industry career presentations by local workers sharing career path options and earnings potential, Career training program presentations on the new Digital Design and Manufacturing program, Welding, Electrical and HVAC Apprenticeship programs and more, Manufacturers’ Vendor Fair – showcase your company and the products that are Made in Carroll County! Advertise for job openings and internships, Free to attend...

  • Maryland’s SBDC works daily to provide trusted, expert advice to clients throughout the Free State, with a goal of helping small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to manage today and plan for tomorrow. ...

  • The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced low-interest federal disaster loans are available to businesses and residents affected by the severe storms and tornado that occurred Friday, November 2, 2018. ...