Capital Improvement Planning
As the State and Federal Governments address their own deficiencies, more of the responsibility for financing and managing local capital assets is diverting to local governments. Therefore, it is essential that a program of planned repair and replacement for local capital assets be implemented in order to maximize the impact of the dollars spent on your community’s infrastructure.
Community and Economic Development
EODD’s Economic Development Department provides regional planning and development assistance for economic expansion in the seven county District.
The Rural Economic Action Plan of 1996 appropriates money to each of the 11 Sub State Planning Districts of COGS for rural development projects.
Community Development Block Grants are HUD monies distributed by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. Eligible entities are cities, towns, and county governments.