Fostering Economic Development Throughout New York City
IBZs are thriving, high-performing industrial and manufacturing areas located throughout New York City. IBZs were established in 2006 to protect existing manufacturing districts, foster economic development, and encourage industrial growth citywide.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) oversees all IBZs throughout the city. NYCEDC is dedicated to the creation of a dynamic, equitable, and sustainable urban economy. NYCEDC’s mission is to promote and grow quality jobs for all New Yorkers and cultivate dynamic, resilient communities across all five boroughs.
IBZ Program Requirements
Eligible Applicants Must:
Provide proof of service in the NYC Clean Trucks Program approved IBZs located in New York City for the previous 24 months.
Trucks to be replaced must be registered within the nine-county New York Metropolitan Area (Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester).
Be located within NYC Clean Trucks Program approved IBZs, or operate within 0.5 miles of NYC Clean Trucks Program approved IBZs at least two times per week.
IBZs Eligible for Funding
Businesses that move goods and commercial truck operators located in or operating within 0.5 miles of program-approved IBZs throughout New York City can apply for rebate incentive funding to replace older, heavy polluting diesel trucks with clean, advanced trucks and transportation technologies.
See all program-approved IBZs below.