Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission is a quasi-governmental agency serving as the liaison between local government and State and Federal Agencies. Our organization serves the 7 counties of: Bates, Benton, Cedar, Henry, Hickory, St. Clair and Vernon, as well as the communities within those counties. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for the residents of our region by connecting communities to opportunities. The professional staff offers technical assistance and services such as: grant writing and administration, transportation planning, economic development planning, environmental assessments, and many other services to member counties and cities.
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The Division of Business & Community Services supports the mission of the Missouri Department of Economic Development by creating an environment that encourages economic growth by supporting new and existing businesses and by serving as a partner with local governments, non-profits, community organizations and private citizens to help develop and grow Missouri's communities.
The Division of Energy (DED-DE) assists, educates, and encourages Missourians to advance the efficient use of diverse energy resources to drive economic growth, provide for a healthier environment, and achieve greater energy security for future generations. DED-DE assists in providing technical and financial assistance for energy efficiency and renewable energy development for state and local governments, school districts, and community projects. DED-DE also offers technical support for residential weatherization, strengthening communities' critical infrastructure, and enhancing energy efficiency and renewable options to assist businesses in being more competitive.
Missouri State Parks administers all parks and historic sites as well as the state historic preservation office, responsible for identifying, evaluating and protecting Missouri's cultural resources. Missouri State Parks also coordinates statewide funding programs in the areas of historic preservation, outdoor recreation and trails.
The Missouri Development Finance Board provides financing for infrastructure, community and economic development projects statewide. Funding can be for capital costs associated with facility construction and renovation. Funding is made available through the issuance of conduit revenue bonds, direct loans, or tax credits for contributions made to the Board. All debt provided by the Board funded from bonds or loans must be adequately secured by the borrower.
USDA - Rural Development is a community and economic development agency. We offer housing programs, community programs, business programs, utility programs and cooperative programs. We deliver these programs through loans, loan guarantees and grants. We provide technical assistance in the areas of business, industry, community, economic and cooperative development along with rural housing, community facilities, water and waste water disposal, electrification and telecommunications, including distance learning, broadband and telemedicine.
Missouri Department of Economic Development
Phone: (573) 751-4999