Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council

The Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council is the strategic economic advisory board representing the seven counties that border New York City as well as major Northeast markets.

Consolidated Funding Application Now Open

The eleventh round of the CFA is now open with over $750 million in funding available through more than 30 state programs.

2021 REDC Initiative Key Documents

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    Guidebook/Applications

    2021 Resources Available Guide

    For Round XI, there are over 30 programs available through nine state agencies.
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    Guidebook/Applications

    2021 REDC Guidebook

    Learn more about the eleventh round of REDC awards with up to $750 million to fund regional priority projects.
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    Guidebook/Applications

    CFA Application Manual

2021 CFA Program Webinars

View on-demand recorded webinars for all of the 2021 REDC Round XI programs.

Mid-Hudson CFA Information Session Documents

View the slides for the Mid-Hudson CFA Information Sessions as well as some summary documents for the Round XI CFA programs.

  • Events

    Mid-Hudson CFA Information Session Slides - 2021

    Mid-Hudson REDC CFA Information Session Slide Deck - 2021
  • Events

    REDC Round 11 Brief Overview of Programs

    REDC Round 11 Brief Overview of Programs
  • Events

    REDC Round 11 Program One Pagers

    REDC Round 11 Program One Pagers

2021 Progress Report and Strategy Update

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    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2021 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

COVID-19 Related Resources

As New York State continually monitors and responds to developments related to COVID-19, ESD is providing up-to-date guidance for the agency’s partners and other stakeholders impacted by the virus.
City of New Rochelle
The Mid-Hudson's Round 3 DRI Winner: City of New Rochelle - New Rochelle is poised to evolve into a thriving live-work-play magnet for millenials/young professionals due to its unrivaled transit access, respected colleges, public WiFi access, & diversity.

MHREDC Reports

Following the development of a regional strategic plan in 2011, the MHREDC continually revises its initiatives to ensure the success of the Region. View the MHREDC’s full archive of reports below.

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    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2019 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

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    Strategic Plans/Reports

    Mid Hudson 2018 Progress Report

  • 2017 Mid-Hudson Progress Report
    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2017 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

    2017 Mid-Hudson Progress Report
  • 2016 Mid-Hudson Progress Report
    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2016 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

    2016 Mid-Hudson Progress Report
  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2015 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

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    2014 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

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    2013 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

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    2012 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

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    2011 Mid-Hudson Strategic Plan

See the LIVE, WORK and PLAY strategy in action through successful projects across the Mid-Hudson region:

See the LIVE, WORK and PLAY strategy in action through successful projects across the Mid-Hudson region:

 
As the driving force behind every action, the LIVE, WORK, and PLAY strategy has led to continued progress toward its vision for a booming Mid-Hudson economy. Below are a few examples of how past...

MHREDC News

Read the Mid-Hudson Region’s latest press releases.

MHREDC Public Meetings

View MHREDC public meeting records.

Past MHREDC Awards

View past awarded projects in the Mid-Hudson Region.

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Thomas Scaglione, Regional Director