Starting or Growing Your Business?

Business Development

Business Development Center
Provides Technical assistance and access to capital resources.

Have A Great Food Idea To Market?

Lake County CDC MT Mission Mountain Food Enterprise Center

Mission Mountain Food Enterprise Center
Provides resources statewide in food enterprise development.

Want To Start A Cooperative Business?

Lake County CDC MT Cooperative Development Center

Cooperative Development Center
Offers expertise to cooperative enterprises in their development and expansion.

Is Your Community Planning A Project?

Lake County CDC MT Community Development Center

Community Development Center
Assist with planning, grant writing, and project management.

Who We Are and What We Do


We believe that in order to contribute to the development of thriving communities, we have a shared responsibility to foster and nurture programs and projects that embrace the principles and stewardship of our social, economic, and natural environments.

The organization is a 501c3 corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, representative of local governments, business sectors and citizens throughout Lake County. As a state-certified regional development corporation serving Lake, Mineral and Sanders counties, and the Flathead Indian Reservation, we are further guided by an Advisory Board made up of local development corporations as well as other community organizations throughout the region.

Lake County Community Development cultivates economic growth in western Montana by offering unique resources to develop community, business and food and agriculture enterprises. We serve entrepreneurs and local businesses.

Through our Business Development Center, LCCDC collaborates with partners to provide businesses with technical assistance, education, and financial support related to planning,  management, marketing, government contracting, accounting, and food processing.

Through our Mission Mountain Food Enterprise Center, we provide Montana's only inspected food hub, providing resources to food and agriculture businesses including regulatory expertise, business planning assistance, food production, and storage infrastructure.


LCCDC is hiring!

Are you passionate about Polson?

Harvest! Farm to Table Feast

You're invited to a celebration of fresh local food.

August Newsletter

The dog days of August are busy days at LCCDC.

2018 Workshops

Free workshops being offered in the fall of 2018

2018 - 2022 CEDS Report

CEDS 2018 - 2022 is now available. Western Rural Development Region, comprising the peoples and communities within the g...



Powered by fullEdit