Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission is located in West Central Missouri. The West Central region consists of 13 counties, 7 of which make up the Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission: Bates, Benton, Cedar, Henry, Hickory, St Clair, and Vernon. Although it's a very rural region, the KBRPC region is home to three major lakes-Truman, Stockton, and Pomme de Terre, and has several major highways, and an Interstate that runs through it. The top industries in the West Central Region are retail trade, farming, construction, food services and federal/military.

Economic Development

Projects and Programs

Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission is engaged in all kinds of projects and programs that benefit the seven counties we serve.

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Economic Development

Economic Development

The purpose of local economic development (LED) is to build up the economic capacity of a local area in order to improve its economic future and the quality of life for all.  It is a process in which public, business and nongovernmental sector partners work collectively to create better conditions for economic growth and employment generation.

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Stronger Economies Together

Stronger Economies Together

Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission is one of two regions selected in this round of USDA’s Stronger Economies Together(SET).

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KBRPC Board Meeting Date Changed to September 14

Due to scheduling conflicts with the county commissioners on the KBRPC Board, we are rescheduling our board meetings to Thursday, September 14. They will be held at the MU Extension office in Clinton instead of Golden Corral, but don’t worry, lunch will still be provided! KBRPC Board Meeting Schedule Date: Thursday, September 14 Location: MU […]

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Hazard Mitigation & Disaster Response Training

Hazard Mitigation & Disaster Response Training September 19, 2017 – September 20, 2017 9:00 am – 2:30 pm Hazard Mitigation Training, September 19 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM This 5-hour Training Session will provide basic information on hazard mitigation for community officials and first responders within the communities served by Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission. […]

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