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. The region includes the following counties: Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.

Upcoming Mid-Hudson REDC Events

Attend upcoming Mid-Hudson REDC events to learn more about funding available through Round XII of the REDC Initiative and other economic development resources and initiatives!

Consolidated Funding Application - Round XII Is Open!

Round XII opened on May 2, 2022 and includes core capital grant and tax-credit funding to be combined with a wide range of programs from various state agencies that will provide funding for prospective projects. A few important points on this latest round of economic development funding:

  • The deadline for many applications is Friday, July 29 at 4pm sharp.
  • Open enrollment programs are not subject to the July 29 deadline and will continue to accept applications on an ongoing basis until funds are exhausted.
  • This year many planning and infrastructure programs will not be scored by the Mid-Hudson REDC. To learn more about these programs, click on the "Standalone CFA Programs" link below.
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    2022 Available CFA Resources

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    2022 Regional Council Guidebook

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    2022 CFA Application Manual

2022 CFA Program Webinars

Recorded webinars for all of the REDC Round XII programs.

Standalone CFA Programs for 2022

This year, some programs will not be scored by the REDC. For more information on those programs, click on the link below.

Start Your CFA Application

Start or Resume Your CFA Here.

Mid-Hudson CFA Round XII Program Summaries

Review summaries of the funding programs available through Round XII of the REDC Initiative.

  • Events

    Mid-Hudson REDC Round 12 Program One Pagers

    Mid-Hudson REDC Round 12 Program One Pagers with project examples
  • Events

    MHREDC Round 12 Brief Overview of Programs

    MHREDC Round 12 Brief Overview of Programs

2021 Progress Report and Strategy Update

  • Mid-Hudson 2021 Annual Report Book Cover
    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2021 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

Business Pandemic Recovery Initiative

Grants, Tax Credits and Technical Assistance Programs for Businesses Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program

$800 million in funding for small businesses - including for-profit arts and cultural institutions that were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Webinars

View one of the upcoming webinars.

Connecting NY Webinar Series

The Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council held a two-part webinar series, Connecting NY, to share valuable information on topics such as Infrastructure Master Planning, Broadband Initiatives and Resources available in New York State. Access the webinar recordings using the links below:

1. Connecting NY: What is an Infrastructure Master Plan and Why Should We Care?

2. Connecting NY: Improving broadband access and affordability for all New Yorkers

Mid-Hudson Workforce Solutions Webinar Series

The Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council (MHREDC) put together a webinar series for organizations to learn about workforce best practices and resources to help attract, retain, and develop talent. Access the webinar recordings and materials using the links below:

1. Mid-Hudson Workforce Solutions: Greyston's Open Hiring Model - Learn about how the Open Hiring model may help you attract and retain employees in this 30-minute recording.

 

2. Mid-Hudson Workforce Solutions: Child Care Resources for Employers - Learn about the free resources available to Mid-Hudson based employers and employees provided by your local child care resource and referral agency.  

 

3. Mid-Hudson Workforce Solutions: NYS Department of Labor Recruitment Resources - Learn about tools and services that can help you find the right people for your open positions.

DRI Round 5 Winners: Villages of Haverstraw and Ossining

Governor Kathy Hochul announced that Haverstraw and Ossining will receive $10M each in funding as the Mid-Hudson region winners of the 5th round of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI). Learn more about the planning process using the links below!

Village of Haverstraw DRI Planning Process

Stay informed and participate in the DRI planning process for the Village of Haverstraw using the link below.

Village of Ossining DRI Public Meeting

Stay informed and participate in the DRI planning process for the Village of Ossining using the link below.
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.

  • Mid Hudson Progress Report Cover
    Strategic Plans/Reports

    2019 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

  • Mid Hudson 2018 Progress Report Cover
    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

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2014 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2013 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    2012 Mid-Hudson Progress Report

  • Strategic Plans/Reports

    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