Economic Development

Emily Gojkovich

Economic Development Specialist
Economic Development Office
206 Main Steet
Lordsburg, New Mexico
(575) 654-6120
[email protected]

Economic Development Mission

To foster a vibrant and growing community through business recruitment and retention and promotion of logistic proximity and regional tourism assets.

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2,335 Population

Group of 5 ethnically diverse business casual people

38 Median Age


$70,400 Median Home Price

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$33,281 Median Household Income

The City of Lordsburg is a prime location for distribution and logistic hubs in the southwest United States. Lordsburg is half way between Tucson, Arizona and El Paso, Texas and between Long Beach, California Port-of-Entry and Houston/Galveston, Texas Port-of-Entry along the I-10 corridor. Lordsburg is approximately 100 miles from Douglas/Agua Prieta, Antelope Wells/Berrendo, and Columbus/Palomas Port-of-Entries. The City of Lordsburg is also home to a Union Pacific and Arizona Eastern Railroad switch yard. The City of Lordsburg also has a municipal airport that would allow easy executive fly ins. 

Tax Incentives

Manufacturing Incentives

Export Assistance

Workforce Training Incentives

Rural Jobs Tax Credits

5% Corporate Income Tax Rate

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3% Personal Income Tax Rate

7.5% City Tax Rate

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5% State Tax Rate

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0% Inventory Tax Rate

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