The Apalachee Regional Planning Council serves its citizens & local governments by providing technical assistance & a forum for communication & collaboration to preserve & enhance the economic, natural & social environments of the Apalachee Region.
MONTHLY ARPC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE VIRTUAL MEETINGS
DATE: Every 4th Thursday
TIME: 10am – 11am EST
PLACE: GoTo Meeting (online)
AGENDA: The Executive Committee shall convene to review loan applications for the ARPC CARES Act and REVIVE! Revolving Loan Fund programs.
Please direct all questions and requests for the GoTo Meeting link to
Jana Williams, ARPC RLF Manager, at: (850) 339-4564 or email@example.com.
The core function of the Apalachee Regional Planning Council is to provide technical assistance to our member local governments.
This includes the counties of Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, and Wakulla and their municipalities. The Council focuses its assistance efforts primarily in the areas of economic development, emergency planning, transportation, and quality of life. The Council often takes on additional state/local programs and projects as necessary to meet the needs of the Region.