The NCREDC is updating its Strategic Plan and seeking input from community members throughout the region.

Join us for a Public Forum and to participate in the North Country Regional Economic Development Council’s Strategic Plan Update on Tuesday, October 10th from 6PM-7PM! This community information session is an opportunity for community members to:

  1. Learn more about the purpose of the Strategic Plan and why we’re updating it.
  2. Preview the Strategic Plan’s draft goals and strategies.
  3. Ask questions and
  4. Share feedback about the goals and strategies. 

Your input is vital to ensuring that the Strategic Plan reflects the future vision and priorities of our region. I urge you to register via the link below and help share this invitation with your own contacts across the North Country.

We hope you will join us for this important effort!

For those unable to attend, the link to the webinar is here: Image removed. North Country REDC Council Public Forum.mp4

If you have any questions please contact: [email protected]

More about the NCREDC and the Strategic Plan Project: In 2011, the Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs) were created to support the State’s bottom-up, community-based, and performance-driven approach to economic growth. The REDCs are guided by their regional strategic economic development plans (“strategic plan”), which emphasize each region’s unique assets and provide strategies to harness local resources to stimulate regional economic development and create jobs. Each REDC developed an initial strategic plan in 2011 to establish the region’s priorities for growth, guide the deployment of resources, and create a road map for the region to achieve its vision for the future. The Regional Councils are now being asked to review and update their strategic plans to address the most timely and critical issues affecting the region’s economic future today.

The North Country Regional Economic Development Council region includes the following seven counties: 

  1. Clinton
  2. Essex
  3. Franklin
  4. Hamilton
  5. Jefferson
  6. Lewis  
  7. St. Lawrence