Economic Development Council


For generations, hard-working, entrepreneurial, and creative people have made Randolph their home. Our workforce is highly skilled. Our businesses are invested in the community and each other, and residents embrace a strong commitment to support local business. Learn more through a video about Randolph, its history and its people.

What We Do

The Economic Development Council (EDC) seeks to enhance economic opportunities for businesses and organizations within the town of Randolph. We are also an advisory board to the Selectboard on the most effective methods to implement the goals, policies, and recommendations of the Town Plan related to economic development.

Who We Serve

The EDC is a resource you can look to for assistance whether you are an existing business hoping to grow or a new company exploring growing roots in a robust community. We are an active group that aggressively pursues opportunities, and issues that can make a difference for our town.   

Contact Us or Attend Our Meetings

The council meets the first Monday of the month (except on holidays) at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall Conference Room A, 7 Summer Street.  

Members Email:

Just send us an e-mail if you need assistance, have questions or would like to attend one of our meetings (see Public to be Heard policy if you decide to attend a meeting).

About EDC


About the Council

The EDC is guided by its Council Bylaws, amended February 17, 2015.

The goal of the council is to enhance Randolph’s economic vitality by evaluating and advising the Selectboard on the most effective methods for implementing the goals, policies and recommendations of the Town Plan related to economic development, including, but not limited to, Chapter 8 - Economic Development.  The Council focuses on achievable objectives, and attempts to coordinate within town government, as well as with local companies, individuals, and existing groups with economic development agendas.

The Council focuses on: 

  • Evaluating and advancing economic development needs that are uniquely the purview of town government, such as infrastructure improvement;
  • Developing an awareness of economic assets;
  • Community communication and collaboration;
  • Fostering cooperation and coordination among groups with related interests;
  • Create a coherent vision for economic development and how it relates to town investment, capital and operating planning, and collaboration, all of which to promote a vibrant economic business climate;

Council Member & Terms

Term – expires 2019

Roger Glovsky
Jay Hooper
CJ Stumpf
Peter Reed

Term – expires 2018 

I. Winston Sadoo
Ken Candow

Selectboard - Ross Evans

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