Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)
COIC is designated by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (EDA) as the “Economic Development District” for Central Oregon. Within this role COIC is responsible for identifying priority economic development project needs within the region, articulating regional needs to the EDA, and assisting local governments in applying for grant funding through the EDA. EDA grant categories include: public works infrastructure, technical assistance, planning, and economic adjustment.
As an Economic Development District, COIC is also responsible for creating and maintaining a regional Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The CEDS is updated every five years.
2017 – 2021 CEDS
The 2017 – 2021 Central Oregon CEDS was adopted the the COIC Board on August 3, 2017, and is available here:
Click here to view the CEDS appendices.
The CEDS content is focused primarily on the development of:
- A framework for regional collaboration on economic development priorities, needs identification, and program alignment.
- Coordinated priority strategies to build regional and community capacity/readiness to support business retention, expansion, and recruitment, and to address economic resilience.
Former CEDS Documents
Approved Regional Long Range Issues Inventory – Updated December 1, 2011
Revised COIC Needs and Issues List – Approved – Updated March 9, 2014
Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy – Approved December 29, 2007
For more information contact:
Scott Aycock, Community and Economic Development Manager