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For more information, please contact:
Wayne County Industrial Development Agency
Wayne Economic Development Corporation
Wayne County Empire Zone
9 Pearl Street
Lyons, NY 14489
Phone: 315-946-5917
Fax: 315-946-5918
e-mail: wedcny@co.wayne.ny.us
Staff
Executive Director Brian Pincelli
bpincelli@co.wayne.ny.us
Deputy Executive Director Sherry Handel
SHandel@co.wayne.ny.us
Chief Finance Officer Sherry Handel
SHandel@co.wayne.ny.us
Fiscal Officer Jamie Corteville
wedcny@co.wayne.ny.us
Chief Executive Officer Brian Pincelli
bpincelli@co.wayne.ny.us

 

Board of Directors

David Spickerman - Chairman
Steven LeRoy - Vice-Chairman
James Hoffman -Secretary/Assistant Treasurer
Robert Havrilla - Treasurer
Robert DeBadts - Member of Board
Tanya Hasseler - Assistant Secretary (ex-officio)



Governance Committee
Pamela Heald
James Hoffman
Brian Pincelli - ex officio
Robert Havrilla
Kenneth VanFleet


Audit Committee
Pamela Heald
James Hoffman
Robert Havrilla
Kenneth VanFleet
Brian Pincelli - ex officio
Organizational Chart
By-laws

 

Wayne County At A Glance

Wayne County founded in 1787 offers something for everyone. 

Equipped with the essentials and strategically located midway between Rochester and Syracuse just north of the New York State Thruway (I-90). Within 20 minutes you can drive from a picturesque country setting to the heart of each of these upstate cities, realizing the best in both urban and rural benefits from a Wayne County location. 

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Click on the Map above for directions to the Wayne County IDA's Office.
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Wayne County Campus Center

Wayne County’s strategic location allows companies to draw educated, skilled workers from more than 30 educational, technical, and business institutions in the upstate New York area, all of which are within an hour's drive. Baccalaureate and advanced degrees are offered by Hobart & Williams Smith Colleges, Keuka College, and the University of Rochester, as well as such renowned universities as Colgate, Cornell, and Syracuse. In addition, Rochester Institute of Technology and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf provide highly-skilled graduates schooled in computers and other high-tech trades. These are supplemented by several nearby State University of New York (SUNY) campuses and community colleges.

Cutting Ribbon

Almost 50,000 workers call Wayne County home. Of those, almost half (48 percent) drive outside the county to jobs elsewhere. These out-commuters comprise another untapped resource of people for new companies locating here. Both state and county one-stop training programs are readily available to assist companies with training or retraining of workers when needed. 

Please visit Finger Lakes Workforce Development for more information about the services they provide.

Wayne County however, is not all business. There are plenty of recreational and entertainment activities accessible to ensure life is not all work and no play.  Visit  www.waynecountytourism.com to see all the fun activities you can enjoy within Wayne County. 

With a modern infrastructure in place and improving all the time, Wayne County is ideally positioned for industrial growth and comfortable living in the years ahead.  

We invite you to be part of it.