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September 2022 Board Meeting Agenda

West Central Mountains Economic Development Council AMENDED Board Meeting Agenda September 13, 2022, 3:00 New Meadow City Hall, 401 Virginia St Zoom Available: link below   Executive Session 2:30 (Open unless otherwise specified) Review agenda items   Board...

August 2022 Board Meeting Minutes

BOARD MINUTES August 9, 2022       Call to order 3:00 pm, quorum met Present: Lindsey Harris; Jill Morris Chapman; Julie Good; Sherry Maupin; Vonna Torrey; Cynda Herrick; Darcie Lacroix, Linnea Hall; Dylan Martin; Delta James; Tiffany Dobbs; Judith Nissula; Belinda...


The council’s charter was first adopted on July 25, 2012 and last amended on October 23, 2012:

To encourage Valley County communities, businesses and organizations to act more cohesively towards an improved local economy

To solicit or assist projects that substantially strengthen the local economy (through business stimulation; community & infrastructure development; sector development)

To inspire and solicit creative (“outside the box”) solutions for issues at hand

To attract businesses and economic opportunities to the region

To assist in the creation and maintenance of a climate that fosters economic growth and viability


2022 Economic Summit

2022 Economic Summit

WE ARE BACK! JOIN US OCT. 3 FOR OUR ECONOMIC SUMMIT! REGISTRATION IS EASY ON OUR WEBSITE HERE. We are ecstatic to be back after three years. This year's theme is "Creating our path forward" and this year is significant on many levels, from understanding the current...

West Central Mountains Creative District

West Central Mountains Creative District

Creative districts become destinations for both locals and visitors, contribute to local economies, and help to celebrate and retain the unique characteristics that, along with our stunning natural environment, define our region.

The Idaho Commission on the Arts is investing resources to assist local stakeholders in the West Central Mountains Region to develop the first regional creative district in Idaho. This pilot project will help the Commission assess the feasibility of a statewide creative district program.