Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission
The Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission (SEARP&DC) was created in 1969 under legislation passed by the Alabama State Legislature. The Commission is administered and governed by a group of 35 individuals from the seven member counties. These individuals act as liaisons for the citizens in their counties. The needs of the citizens are given to SEARP&DC and goals are established. The staff of SEARP&DC are constantly striving to make Southeast Alabama a better place to live.
Current & Upcoming Projects
- Current Project(s)
- Fort Novosel CLUS
- Fort-Novosel-Upcoming Committee Meeting Notice
- Fort Novosel Presentation – Committee Meeting #1
- Fort Novosel Presentation – Committee Meeting #2
- Fort Novosel Presentation – Committee Meeting #3
- Fort Novosel Community – Survey Results
- Fort Novosel Presentation – Committee Meeting #4
- Fort Novosel Presentation – Public Meeting
- Alabama Department of Transportation State Planning and Research Annual Work Program FISCAL YEAR 2024
- Fort Novosel CLUS
SEARP&DC Department Guide
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