Serving North Central Washington
The NCWEDD is responsible for regional economic development strategy and planning and collaborates with various private and public agencies to accomplish this goal.
Fostering an Innovative Economy for NCW
We aim to foster an innovative and resilient economy for North Central Washington’s Businesses, Workers, and Families.
Projects that move NCW forward.
Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan Counties and Colville Confederated Tribes
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Backing Small Business

The NCWEDD is responsible for regional economic development strategy and planning and collaborates with various private and public agencies to accomplish this goal. The NCWEDD brings together the private and public sectors in a partnership necessary to provide a coordinated strategy and an ongoing economic development program for the region.
The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) is a federally designated economic development district, and a 501 (c)(3) Non-profit.

NCW REGION

North Central Washington is a three county region, spanning more than 10,000 square miles of mountains, high desert, dramatic river valleys, dynamic communities, stellar research and education opportunities, emerging technologies, agricultural bounty, small towns and growing cities.

CHELAN COUNTY
DOUGLAS COUNTY
OKANOGAN COUNTY
COLVILLE TRIBES
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NCWEDD PROJECTS

We aim to foster an innovative and resilient economy for North Central Washington’s Businesses, Workers, and Families. Here's just a small sampling of the many current and previous projects the NCWEDD has worked on over the last few years.

2022 NCWEDD PRIORITIZATION PROJECT

The NCWEDD Regional Priority Projects Committee ranks projects based on several established criteria, including measurable regional economic benefits, measurable community benefits, fully developed plan and strategy, alignment with NCWEDD goals and objectives, and on public/private partnerships.

This year the NCWEDD will also select five projects that have been affected by COVID. These projects will need to align with the current EDA American Rescue
Plan (ARPA) available grants.

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