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The North Central New Mexico Economic Development District (NCNMEDD) is the regional Council of Governments for local governments in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos, Colfax, Mora, San Miguel, Los Alamos, and Sandoval counties. Established in 1967, NCNMEDD assists local governments with community and economic development projects and initiatives. We serve as the conduit for U.S. Economic Development Administration funding and manage the Northern Pueblos and North East Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPOs). NCNMEDD also oversees the Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging (AAA), which administers senior services for the entire state of New Mexico outside of Bernalillo County.

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS & EVENTS

Event

Date & Time

Dial In #

ID#

Virtual Link

Agenda

NCNMEDD Executive Committee

12/16/22, 5:00 PM

2532158782

852 8015 9239

"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 communities."

Message from Executive Director Monica Abeita

For more than 50 years, NCNMEDD has led regional collaboration in north central New Mexico in transportation, community and economic development and has administered high-quality senior services throughout the state. As NCNMEDD's Executive Director, I honor this history by strengthening relationships with communities throughout the region and working proactively to achieve their priorities. I am honored to work with the communities of north central New Mexico and building strong partnerships that will make the region a better place for us all.

 

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