Planning

Economic Development

Three Rivers Regional Commission’s economic development objectives encompass growth and commercial development for local businesses creating jobs, and compatibility among existing and new uses leading to a higher quality of life for residents.

In partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, the TRRC region is designed as an Economic Development District.  The Three Rivers Economic Development District (TREDD) allows for local governments in the region access to grants and other job creating economic development projects.  The TREDD designation also requires TRRC to have a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS).  The CEDS is developed in cooperation with local governments in the 10-county TRRC region to assess economic development trends, strengths, and assets by which jobs are created, more stable and diversified economies are fostered, and living conditions are improved.

 

Please Click Here to view the Three Rivers Regional Commission 2020 CEDS Update.

 

 

 

 

 

Economic Advantages to Doing Business in the Three Rivers

  • Location: Proximity to Atlanta, Macon and
    Columbus, Georgia;
  • Access to Interstates 75, 85 & 185;
  • Access to Hartsfield¬Jackson International Airport;
  • Home to KIA plant, Georgia’s largest automotive maker;
  • Beautiful passive and active recreational facilities;
  • Historic downtown squares and main streets that offer
    a unique sense of place for each community;
  • A rich heritage with numerous cultural amenities; and
  • Excellent water resources