"Our founders outlined an ambitious program at a time when regional cooperation was still a new idea. Although times and resources have changed, we still work to achieve our original purpose of improving the quality of life in our member communities."

North Central New Mexico Economic Development District NCNMEDD-Council of Governments






NCNMEDD Executive Board Meeting 11/18/16
Senior Services Testiomonial Form
NM AAA Provider Training Schedule and Contact List 10/17/16
NM AAA Provider Recalculation of Service Cost Form
NM AAA Request For Proposals In Home Services
CHAS Application
2016 Poverty Guidelines
NCNMEDD Audit Services Request For Proposals
Governor’s Proclamation of Older Americans Month 2016
NCNMEDD REDI Net Audit Services RFP
Manage Your Chronic Disease (MyCD) Training 2016
Regional Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy
Posted 3/21/16: NMEID Food Handling Rules: Proposed Changes
Assessment Forms Packet 4.0
Non-Metro AAA Nutrition Training 2015-2016
The Big Idea in 4 Minutes: Coming of Age in Aging America video
Posted: Legal topics of interest to older adults
A4AAA Tools For Effective Advocacy
Area Plan FY 2016 Amendment 3
2012-2016 Area Plan for Non Metro Area Agency on Aging
NM Legislators Guide to Non-Metro Services
Non-Metro AAA DPS Manual

NCNMEDD Final Audit | NCNMEDD Code Of Conduct

















North Central New Mexico Economic Development District: District 2
Executive Director: Tim Armer
Physical/ Mailing Address: 3900 Paseo del Sol, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Toll Free: 1-866-699-4927 Local: 505-395-2668 Fax: 1-877-293-3710




North Central New Mexico Economic Development District (NCNMEDD) is an association of local units of government and other organizations created to encourage and allow regional cooperation on a multitude of issues.Formation of the District came about as a result of passage of the Public Works and Economic Development Act (Public Law 89-136) by the U. S. Congress in 1965. This legislation permitted designated counties to form non-profit entities for the purpose of promoting the socioeconomic environment of its members. It also created the Economic Development Administration under the U. S. Department of Commerce. The purpose of EDA is to provide a vehicle for the delivery of financial and technical assistance to economically depressed areas throughout the nation. NCNMEDD is the region’s Council of Governments formed in 1967 under the authority of the Joint Powers Agreement Act, Section 4-22-1 to 4-22-7, New Mexico State Statues Annotated, 1953 Compilation. NCNMEDD was created originally to serve the eight counties of Colfax, Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos. Sandoval County remains a member, but is now attached for planning purposes to the Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments.