Ozark Foothills Regional Planning Commission

The Ozark Foothills Regional Planning Commission was designated by the Governor of the State of Missouri in 1967 under Missouri's State and Regional Planning and Community Development Act.

The Ozark Foothills Regional Planning Commission was created to facilitate the cooperative effort of its member municipalities and counties in solving problems and planning the future development of human, natural, and economic resources of the Ozark Foothills region. The Commission serves as a guide to local units of government in accomplishing a coordinated and efficient development of the region and the promotion of its public health, safety, general welfare, and economic prosperity in accordance with the area's existing and future needs.

In an effort to comply with these provisions, the Ozark Regional Planning Commission has developed a number of associated organizations,

Ozark Foothills Solid Waste Management District

The Ozark Foothills Solid Waste Management District (Recycling Center) is located in the industrial park at 1625 Rowe...

Ripley County Public Housing Agency

The Ripley County Public Housing Agency strives to provide quality, affordable housing to income-disadvantaged...

Ozark Foothills Development Association

The Ozark Foothills Development Association, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation housed with, and utilizing...

Ozark Foothills Regional Community Foundation

The mission of the Community Foundation is to establish endowments that enhance the quality of life for current and...