SIDE Act

Incentives to industrial parks located in rural areas of Oklahoma.

The Strategic Industrial Development Enhancement (SIDE) Act promotes the competitiveness of rural industrial parks by improving connections between railroads and industrial park developments.

SIDE Act improvements can be done through projects that include qualified economic development expenditures in industrial parks, qualified initial infrastructure expenditures associated with industrial parks, or a combination of the two. Once an application is submitted and eligibility requirements are met, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce may allocate Strategic Industrial Development tax credits, a corporate income tax credit, to the eligible entity for the completion of the qualifying project.

Oklahoma's Qualifying Areas

View the Rural Jobs Act qualifying counties and cities in Oklahoma.

Analysis and assistance at no cost

Call us today at 800-588-5959 and we’ll get started on a cost/benefit analysis for your business. After your preliminary assessment, we can assist you with the application process.

A detailed application and instructions for submission will be posted to this website after program rules are finalized.

Get comprehensive, up-to-date information on Oklahoma’s business incentives and taxes.

Disclaimer

The materials contained on this website have been prepared by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal or tax advice. This information is subject to change based on judicial interpretation and legislative action. The application of the information is subject to your unique facts and circumstances. YOU SHOULD NOT ACT UPON ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THESE MATERIALS WITHOUT SEEKING YOUR OWN PROFESSIONAL LEGAL AND TAX ADVICE.

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