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We work to connect units of government, businesses, and communities with the resources, planning, and services needed to promote growth. Together we can further opportunities in Southwest Minnesota by promoting a growing workforce and business base and ensuring population stability.
Providing professional expertise and leadership to enhance regional opportunities.
At Southwest Regional Development Commission (SRDC), we are listeners and connectors to help you find the resources needed to address your concerns. Together we can channel progressive collaboration between cities, counties, and townships so that shared knowledge and resources can be used to help you and the region prepare for a future where people and businesses thrive.
A growing workforce and business base.
Better lives for those living in the region.
Significant needs addressed that are challenging the region.
Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy, DevelopMN, Revolving Loan Funds, Technical Assistance
Planning Services, Initiatives & Collaboration
Active Living & Trails Planning, Human Services Transit Coordination Planning, Safe Routes to School
SRDC Office Closed
February Regional Trail Virtual Meeting
Full Commission Meeting
Looking to grow your business or organization, solve a problem in your community, or progress your organization?
Our assistance is tailored to your needs. Southwest Regional Development Commission provides assistance to projects that support, enhance, or address the region's needs. We work with your team on planning, facilitation, data collection, research, grant writing, outreach assistance, and more.
The Region We Serve
The Southwest Regional Development Commission serves the nine-county region of Cottonwood, Jackson, Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Nobles, Pipestone, Redwood and Rock in the far southwest corner of Minnesota.
Since 1973, SRDC has worked with and on behalf of these counties, their cities, townships, school districts, and public interest groups. These partnerships and the leveraging of resources throughout the region have led to the advancement of programs in the areas of community, economic, energy, transportation, and land use development.