Articles by Sarah Dickson

About Sarah Dickson

Sarah Dickson is the communications director for the Edmond Economic Development Authority (EEDA). Sarah has been with the EEDA more than 10 years, serving in multiple communications roles. She is responsible for producing demographic, workforce, economic, and statistical reports as well as managing all communications for the organization.

Sarah is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Economic Development Institute (OU/EDI) and Leadership Edmond Class XXV. Sarah serves on the boards for the Public Relations Society of America – Oklahoma City Chapter and the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education. She is also an active member of the Oklahoma Venture Forum.

Sarah has earned her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) as well as the designation of Certified Economic Developer (CEcD).

Edmond sees record-high tax collections

By Sarah Dickson | June 1, 2021

Edmond saw record sales tax collections in April. Collections totaled $6,889,027—the highest amount ever for Edmond. Driving this increase were record-breaking collections in North American Industry Code System (NAICS) category 444: Building Materials & Hardware Stores. The category, which includes collections from home centers; hardware stores; building material dealers; paint and wallpaper stores; nursery stores;…

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New insights from EEDA preview series

By Sarah Dickson | May 4, 2021

The Edmond Economic Development Authority (EEDA) recently hosted the 2021 Edmond Economic Preview Virtual Series sponsored by First Fidelity Bank. The series of three events featured real estate experts from the residential, multi-family office, and retail sectors. EEDA Executive Director Janet Yowell and First Fidelity Bank Edmond Market President James Boggs also provided insights from…

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Beginning of 2021 better than 2020

By Sarah Dickson | April 6, 2021

Edmond sales tax collections continue to be strong through February 2021. Sales tax collections for the first two months of 2021 were more than 6 percent higher than collections in the first two months of 2020. Attributing to these impressive gains were large increases in the retail NAICS categories of Furniture & Home Furnishing Stores,…

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