The South Jersey Economic Development District is a federally funded regional agency established in 1979 to promote economic development in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem Counties, complementing and coordinating county and state development initiatives.


New Report Added to CEDS

The District has prepared a February 2020 addition to the CEDS resiliency chapter that reports on the power generation industry and offers strategies to mitigate the economic impacts if that industry downsizes in the future.

Estimating the Economic Contribution and Impact of the Power Generating Industry and Other Key Industry Sectors on the Economy of Southern New Jersey - February 2020

Next meeting scheduled for Monday, April 5, 2021 at 6:00 pm.
Meeting location: Location or the Zoom log-in (until COVID restrictions are lifted) to be announced here at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

Drone company opens shop at Woodbine airport (3-11-20 - The Press of Atlantic City)




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