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.

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.

  • 2017 Mid-Hudson SIAT Presentation  Video Preview

    2017 Mid-Hudson SIAT Presentation

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2017 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2011 Mid-Hudson Strategic Plan

  The Center for Discovery

The Center for Discovery

The Center for Discovery, an institution providing access to groundbreaking research for a myriad of complex disabilities to people of all ages, has significantly expanded in Sullivan County and was a...

Downtown Revitalization Initiative

Governor Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is transforming downtown neighborhoods into vibrant communities where the next generation of New Yorkers will want to LIVE, WORK & PLAY.

The Stockade Business District in the City of Kingston has gone through an awakening in recent years, as it is becoming a locality where people of all ages want to LIVE, WORK and PLAY. The DRI’s implementation of key projects and planned infrastructure improvements will ensure unparalleled economic success for years to come.

Mid-Hudson DRI Round I (2016): City of Middletown (Orange County)

Mid-Hudson DRI Round II (2017): City of Kingston (Ulster County)

Mural on the side of a building
Kingston’s O+ Festival is an annual event during which participants exchange art and music for healthcare. The event has created a permanent legacy of art with 22 murals throughout the City.


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MHREDC Public Meetings

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Past MHREDC Awards

View past awarded projects in the Mid-Hudson Region.

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Meghan Taylor, Regional Director