Montgomery County strengthens businesses with proximity to major markets, a talented workforce, incredible incentives, and is a proud partner with the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce. A remarkable economic history shaped by the Mohawk River, the hard-working people who crafted the culture here and many modern advantages make Montgomery County “Made of Something Stronger.”
Montgomery County links businesses to critical markets in New York City, Boston, Montreal and beyond with access to the New York State Thruway, rail service and air transportation via nearby Albany International Airport.
Recruit from 20 nearby colleges and universities, which complement the talented Montgomery County workforce that fuels growth and productivity.
The Montgomery County Business Development Center offers numerous services to make your company stronger. The center accommodates businesses with the property, financial incentives and technical assistance they need to grow.
Take advantage of MCBDC resources like tax abatement, low-interest loans and grant writing expertise that seed successful relocation or expansion for ventures of all sizes.
Located only minutes from New York state’s Capital Region, Montgomery County provides residents with stunning natural beauty, fascinating history and exciting recreation.
Enjoy the cultural and retail offerings of the Albany area as well as a low cost of living that comes with the county’s classic countryside and small-town settings.
Located in the heart of the Village of Canajoharie and after two years of historic restoration, the property now operates as the Erie Canal House, a superior grade accommodation for tourists and visitors to the area. The Erie Canal House can accommodate up to six guests, who have the entire home to enjoy on an exclusive basis. The Erie Canal House has a fascinating history as well, which was uncovered during the historic restoration process. The oldest part of the Erie Canal House was built before 1855 and was originally a stable for canal mules. It was converted into a home around 1905, when there was no longer a need for a stable. The Erie Canal House is a short walk to shopping and dining. Given its location on the Erie Canalway Bike Trail and the services it offers to cyclists, it has received designation as a “Bike Friendly New York” business from Parks and Trails NY.