The North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission created the North Central Data Dashboard, an online Dashboard that everyone in the region can use to track efforts to further regional economic development progress.
To ensure that equity was woven into the very framework of its CEDS, the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission in Massachusetts approached the process with a People-Community-Economy framework. The framework centers people as the agents and beneficiaries of economic development work, recognizing that it is individuals who form communities and build economies
Equitable Transportation Access Solution: Bear River Association of Governments Mobility Voucher Program
The Bear River Association of Governments’ Mobility Voucher Program in Utah allows qualifying participants to submit vouchers reimbursing friends and family for giving them rides to access healthcare, shopping, and other needs
Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments’ Self-Help program is one of nine in Utah that utilizes the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Housing Service’s (RHS) Single Family Housing Mutual Self-Help Grants and Site Loans
Economic Development Districts and Military Installations: Partnerships for Future Planning and Community Cooperation
Military installations are crucial economic drivers in local economies across the country. No matter the service, location, or scale, military installations have an impact on the surrounding cities, counties, and regions that support them.
During this webinar, EDD staff and federal partners discuss opportunities and best practice to integrate CEDS and hazard mitigation plans in an effort to make regions more resilient and responsive to hazardous events.
This webinar briefing provides an update on the status of the national network of Economic Development Districts (EDDs) and information about the updated CEDS Content Guidelines featuring equity, climate resilience, and workforce development
The needs and priorities of the US economy have evolved quickly in the last several years, and the Economic Development Administration has responded with new
The Green River Area Development District’s (GRADD) Hire to Operate (H20) program is a collaboration with state and local partners to address the shortage of certified water and wastewater operators in Western Kentucky through a Registered Apprenticeship Program