North Central Indiana Regional Planning Council
Cass, Clinton, Fulton, Howard, Miami, & Tipton Counties
The North Central Indiana Regional Planning Council (NCIRPC) is a non-profit agency serving the communities throughout Cass, Clinton, Fulton, Howard, Miami and Tipton counties. NCIRPC will serve local communities with the purpose of building stronger local communities and regional economies by enhancing the quality of life throughout the region.
North Central Indiana is comprised of six counties with a population of 224,588 with 34 separate units of local government across the region. NCIRPC will engage local governments, economic development organizations, non-profits and community leaders to provide programs and services targeted to meet the unique needs of each community and to provide mutual benefit throughout the NC region.
Serving the Communities of North Central Indiana
Developing the Future
North Central 2017 CEDS
North Central 2017 CEDS Appendix
CAREERS IN MANUFACTURING CAMPAIGN
NCIRPC along with its partners, IVY Tech Kokomo, regional economic development organizations and industries have launched the Careers in Manufacturing: Your choice – Your future campaign to promote advanced manufacturing careers to high school students.
North Central Region Releases Labor Availability Report
With historically low unemployment rates, employers may find it difficult to find available workers to support current operations or expansions. The six-county North Central Indiana region has an abundant labor pool of nearly 17,000 potential workers to fulfill available positions. The report also states the regional economic development partners and Workforce Board offer training programs to skill-up workers and meet the needs of employers.
Community Development is providing services and programs targeted to meet the specific demands of the local communities. Technical assistance and grant administration is available for infrastructure, transportation, health and safety and quality of life projects.