Industrial

The Capital Industrial Development Corporation (CIDC) is a public, non-profit corporation that was formed on April 26, 1980. The CIDC can issue taxable and tax exempt bonds to non- and for profit entities for purposes of economic development. The authority for this Corporation is statewide. Facilities that can qualify for financing under this Corporation include but are not limited to:

  • Manufacturing
  • Industrial
  • Office
  • Research & development
  • Military
  • Transportation
  • Sewage & solid waste disposal
  • Recycling
  • Air or water pollution control
  • Distribution
  • Warehouse facilities operating as decentralized storage & distribution
  • Primary job training facilities for use by institutions or higher education
  • Funding can be used to refinance existing debt

To Apply for Bonds

Application materials required to apply for bonds through CIDC are available below. Please contact staff with any questions.


Profiles in Success

Texas Disposal Systems

CIDC provided $15,500,000 in solid waste disposal revenue bonds for Texas Disposal Systems (TDS). Founded in 1977, TDS has become the largest independently owned solid waste collection and disposal company in Central Texas, focusing on high quality waste disposal. Facilities include not only landfill and recycling, but the TDS Exotic Game Ranch and Pavilion Complex, as well as Garden-Ville. The landfill operates with a permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality – the first permit ever issued in Texas for a totally integrated landfill offering a combination of disposal, recycling and composting. The Game Ranch and Pavilion Complex is home to more than 2,000 animals and provides endangered species conservation, while the Pavilion complex allows qualified non-profits to host fundraising events at the facility free of charge. Garden-Ville specializes in organic products including compost, mulch, fertilizers, soil and po????ing blends, and more.