Since 1991, SouthEastern Arizona Governments Organization (SEAGO) has been a designated Economic Development District (EDD) by the U.S. Economic Development Administration. EDDs help lead the locally-based, regionally driven economic development planning process that leverages the involvement of the public, private and non-profit sectors to establish a strategic blueprint for regional collaboration. The EDD serves SEAGO’s entire region, which includes four counties, fourteen incorporated governments and one Native American Community.
SEAGO develops and manages the CEDS to assist in establishing regional priorities for U.S. Economic Development Administration projects and investments. Its purpose is to promote economic development and opportunity, foster effective transportation systems, enhance and protect the environment, and balance resources through sound management and development. The CEDS provides a coordinating mechanism for individuals, organizations, local governments, and private industry to engage in a meaningful conversation and debate about the economic direction of the region.
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