As of May 1, 2012, Morgantown City Council has adopted the Neighborhood/Business Association Recognition Program. This purpose is to establish a recognition program that provides a standardized City recognition policy for Morgantown Neighborhood or Business associations and sets forth the responsibilities and benefits of being a neighborhood group or business group. Click here to open a .pdf of this NBARProgram document.
There are currently nine Neighborhood Associations within the City and one Business Association. However, they must first complete the new recognition criteria before they are officially recognized and shown on the City of Morgantown’s Website. Please continue to check back to see the progress as these groups apply and are recognized as official neighborhood and business associations.
Opening Your Business in Morgantown
The City of Morgantown Communications Office is working with the Main Street Morgantown Economic Restructuring Committee and the West Virginia University School of Business & Economics to develop a resource page for anyone looking to open a business in Morgantown – whether it’s a home business, a business in a commercial zone, or a franchise.
Click here to learn how to Open Your Business in Morgantown.
WV Small Business Development Center Business Fundamentals Classes
The WVSBDC offers Business Fundamentals calsses regularly in Morgantown. Get more information on its Training Events Calendar.
The Fundamentals seminars are designed for those who are thinking of starting, or those who have a business and want to learn more.
Each 3-hour seminar provides essential information about how to apply for a business loan, develop a business plan, and understand legal structure options.
Fundamentals Class Flyer and Information (.pdf)
Upcoming Dates: 9 a.m., $35
Register at www.WVSBDC.org