Mid-Minnesota Development Commission


We will provide technical assistance to government, businesses and local organizations; administer state and federal programs, and coordinate multi-jurisdictional activities to maintain or enhance the quality of life in the Cities
in Kandiyohi, McLeod, Meeker, and Renville Counties.

The MMDC can do the following for your community...

  • Create Comprehensive Land Use Plans
  • Develop Strategic Planning
    • facilitate your planning sessions
    • assist with setting goals and policies
    • help identify strategies
  • Prepare Grant and Loan Applications
  • Serve as your Fiscal Agent
  • Develop Zoning & Subdivision Ordinances
  • Codify Ordinances
  • Design and Implement Survey
  • Assist with Park Applications and Designs
  • Identify Sources of Financial Assistance
  • Provide Statistical Information
  • Design Regional Studies and Plans
  • Coordinate Inter jurisdictional Activities
  • Coordinate Special Projects
  • Develop Special Studies
  • Assist with Public Facilities Needs
  • Create a GIS Database
  • Prepare Financial Packaging for Grants and Loans
  • Assist with Loan Applications
  • Identify Sources of Assistance
  • Develop Strategic Planning
  • Design Economic Development Plans
  • Develop Business Plans
  • MMDC Revolving loan fund



Calendar of Events


**No MMDC Board meetings in July **


A Seminar for Business: Upcoming Unemployment Insurance Seminar In Your Area!
Thursday, August 13, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m., Kandiyohi County Building, 2200 23rd Street NE, Willmar
Friday, August 14, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Chippewa County Courthouse, 629 N 11th Street, Montevideo
Cost is $15 per person
Register Today! Contact Julie Redepenning at 320-441-6571 or Julie.Redepenning@state.mn.us with questions.

August 26 - MMDC Board of Directors meeting TBD 7:00 p.m.



2011 Assessment Report

News from the Blandin on Broadband Blog

- PRESS RELEASE - RLF Program available in area counties.

ECONOMIC EMERGENCY PROGRAM: Impact of Poultry and Egg Production Losses and Poultry Processing Losses Due to the Avian Influenza Report by University of Minnesota - Extension

Toward Zero Deaths new State Patrol Distracted Driving Video



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