High Country Council of Governments is the multi-county planning and development agency for the seven northwestern North Carolina counties of Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes, and Yancey. The Council of Governments, which is a cooperative extension of local governments, is one of 17 multi-county planning organizations in the State and operates in accordance with the North Carolina General Statutes.
468 New Market Blvd
The Southeast Wyoming Economic Development District (SWEDD) covers the four counties of southeast Wyoming and helps coordinate economic development issues for the area. Our Mission is to enhance and regionalize the economic development efforts in the four counties through planning, coordination, advocacy, and resource development.
1560 Johnston Street
The Hudson Valley Regional Council (HVRC) was established in 1977 as a organization of county governments comprising Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester counties. It’s one of 650 such councils in the United States that in addition to providing a regional perspective, offer planning, education & outreach, and advocacy for the communities they serve.
3 Washington Center
iCoast was founded in 1999 as a non-partisan, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. It is led by an Advisory Board dedicated to strengthening the competitiveness of seven South Florida counties from Monroe through Indian River County. Its mission is to be a proactive forum and catalyst to stimulate collaboration between leaders in business, government, communities, academia, and research to position South Florida as one of the world's top innovation regions.
3701 FAU Blvd
Idaho Council of Governments Serving Southwest Idaho (formerly Sage Community Resources) has been serving the ten counties in the Southwest region of Idaho for forty years. As a regional council, the organization serves as an umbrella for a variety of agencies that have a regional focus. Currently, we house the Area Agency on Aging, the Economic Development District Region III, and the Idaho Hunger Task Force.
125 East 50th Street
IMCAL is a professional organization whose primary goal is the continued growth and development of Southwest Louisiana. We provide "hands on" technical assistance to local governments, businesses, and individuals. Many times we are their only source of assistance. IMCAL has a staff of six full time employees. The educational background of our staff includes several undergraduate degrees, and we have many years of combined experience in the development of Southwest Louisiana. Continued tr
4310 Ryan Street
Lake Charles, LA 70605
As Imperial County celebrates its centennial, IVEDC’s Mission is to help grow the regional economy by aggressively marketing the region to attract business.
-Commitment to enhance the quality of life experienced in Imperial Valley by engaging in initiatives that contribute to the diversification of the regional economy.
-Dedication to a Regional Economic Development Approach.
1405 N. Imperial Ave.
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2 West Second Street
Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission is a multi-county governmental agency as enabled by Indiana Code 36-7-7, and has served the counties of Crawford, Dubois, and Orange since 1973 when originally named Patoka Lake Regional Planning Commission. Perry and Spencer joined the Commission shortly thereafter in 1974 with the Commission renaming itself at that time to reflect the state-wide regionalization of labor force areas. Pike County later joined the Commission in 1993.
221 East First Street
The IEDC focuses its efforts on growing and retaining businesses in Indiana and attracting new business to the State. It is focused exclusively on economic development and has incorporated all state entities with economic development responsibilities into its organizational structure.
One North Capitol