SOUTH ALABAMA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

Serving the counties and municipalities and citizens of

Southwestern Alabama


South Alabama Regional Planning Commission (SARPC) is a locally controlled and organized instrument of local government in Southwestern Alabama. SARPC serves the three counties of Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia and twenty-nine municipalities through the provision of programs and services in community development; employment and economic development; grant administration; senior and social services and transportation planning. Through its role as a resource for communication, coordination, advocacy, policy-making and technical assistance, SARPC helps facilitate the deliberation and resolution of common problems and issues of member government representatives, elected and non-profit officials and private-sector leaders throughout the South Alabama region.



SARPC was founded as the Mobile Regional Planning Commission in 1964 and in 1968 was expanded to include Baldwin and Escambia counties and was re-branded the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission. SARPC works with federal, state and local entities in delivery of its programs and services and is one of twelve regional commissions in the State of Alabama as provided for in Act 1126 of the 1969 Alabama Legislature.





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NEWS:

Final CEDS 2014 annual report
Click on link to download report

SARPC Board of Directors meeting - September
The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled to be held September 25, 2014 at the SARPC Offices located in the GM&O Building beginning at 10:00 am in the SARPC Conference Room.

DRA(Delta Regional Authority) Funding Application

Application for Title III and Other Funds for FY2015.
Click HERE to download application forms.

SARPC Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Annual Report 2013

Have you heard of the SARPC Revolving Loan Fund?
Click HERE to learn more.

ELDERLY AND DISABLED MEDICAID WAIVER PROGRAM AND HIV/AIDS (530) WAIVER PROGRAM REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: Click HERE for further information.

As part of Alabama's Renewal Community Program
you could be elegible for Federal Tax Incentives for Business Development. Click HERE to read more.

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