The assets below provide additional information on the guidance released by the U.S. Department of the Treasury on April 17.

News Coverage and Analysis:

Treasury also released a Request for Information, seeking input regarding data collection and tracking of Opportunity Zones. This provides an opportunity for people to suggest what information should be collected about investments in Opportunity Zones.


Additionally, on April 18, the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council released a list of actions federal government agencies are taking to support development in Opportunity Zones. This includes preferences for efforts in Opportunity Zones supported by funds from the Departments of Labor, Housing and Urban Development, Education, Transportation, Agriculture, Justice, Health and Human Services, the Small Business Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency.


The Arizona Commerce Authority held a webinar on May 15, 2019 exploring the second round of guidance. This two-hour session featured some of Arizona's top Opportunity Zone and Fund experts. Click the links below to watch the webinar and access material from the session.




Arizona Opportunity Zones Map

Review Arizona's designated tracts using the Arizona Opportunity Zones Map. Additionally, use the ACA's Arizona Asset Map to identify statewide assets, resources and amenities. Explore across 27 different categories including infrastructure, education resources, land ownership, startup resources and labor force information.


Arizona Opportunity Zones Map


Arizona Assets Map

Rural Support

Is your community ready to attract Opportunity Fund investment to your Opportunity Zones? Follow five best practices that can help economic developers prepare now.


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Additional Support

The U.S. Department of the Treasury released the first tranche of guidance on Opportunity Zones and Funds on October 19, 2018. The ACA hosted a webinar called the Opportunity Funds Guidance Update on Tuesday, October 30th.

The presentation materials as well as the video of the online webinar are available below.

 What others have to say about the guidance: