Focused on Exceeding Expectations
Providing programs designed to generate community & economic growth.
Managed in Economic & Community Development Projects
The Central Arkansas Planning and Development District (CAPDD), which was founded in 1968, is a non-profit planning and development organization that serves the counties of Faulkner, Lonoke, Monroe, Prairie, Pulaski, and Saline.
You will gain access to a wide range of economic development resources thanks to CAPDD's close relationships to our communities and wide partner network.
We place a strong emphasis on going above and beyond expectations and offer knowledgeable, committed staff who can facilitate a range of services and support.
The Central Arkansas Planning and Development District is dedicated to offering the staff services that our member municipal and county governments require, as well as grant writing and grant management.
Community & Economic Development
Our team works with various funding sources to help cities and counties apply for grants and manage the projects once they are awarded.
Solid Waste Management
The Central Arkansas Regional Solid Waste Management District is one of eighteen districts across the State of Arkansas.
The District service area includes Lonoke, Monroe, and Prairie counties.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), a federally financed initiative, helps Americans find long-term, high-paying jobs.
Our objective is to expand the labor pipeline through training and educational opportunities in order to foster an environment where businesses thrive and people are able to find jobs at higher wages, improving their quality of life.
Prairie County 911 Addressing
We are responsible for mapping and the management of information for all addresses within Prairie County.
This information is the primary source utilized by 911 dispatchers in the county for the routing of emergency first responders.
To serve as a catalyst for economic, community and workforce development; thereby ensuring, through regional preparedness, the local units of government and the citizens of Central Arkansas have the capability to plan and direct sustainable economic growth, including the human potential to meet the challenging demands of the global job market.
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