North Delta Planning and Development District is an agency established to serve as a liaison between local government and the various state, regional, and federal agencies involved in development of economic, community, and human resources. It serves Coahoma, DeSoto, Panola, Quitman, Tate, and Tallahatchie, and Tunica counties. Local, state and federal funds are used to operate a wide range of program activities.
This District is governed by a twenty-eight (28) member Board of Directors. It is managed by Executive Director, James Curcio, and is staffed with administrative personnel, and specialists in areas such as planning, economic development, community development, job training, social services, transportation, geographic information systems, data processing, gerontology, and community based Medicaid programs. Click here to learn more.
As a Planning and Development District, one of the primary obligations of North Delta PDD is to actively serve as an economic and community development source to the region.
The primary purpose of NDPDD is to promote overall economic development, foster responsible short and long term community planning, and to aid general civic, social, and economic development. North Delta PDD has proven to be a cost effective intergovernmental advantage to address common problems and issues. NDPDD aims to bring about the effective delivery of services and coordination in a comprehensive manner.
- E & D Medicaid Waiver Case Management
- Community and Economic Development
- GIS Mapping Services
- Data Management
- Grant Assistance
- Aging, Health and Social Services
- Small Business Assistance
- Workforce Development
- Technical Assistance
- Loan Assistance