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Planning Services

For more information contact
The Coordinating & Development Corporation
(318) 632-2022

Land Use Planning

• Involves detailed demographic and other
   profile data.
• May include a survey or other means of
   compiling public input. 
• Completion could take several months. 
• Fee for service activity.

Zoning

• Requires attorney review. 
• Will need official zoning map to outline
   districts. 
• Requires a legal process for approval. 
• Fee for service activity.

Project Development

• Public programs monitored to ensure
   compliance with deadlines. 
• Requires preliminary engineering
   information. 
• Typically a fee for service activity.

Project Administration

• Ensure compliance with state or federal
   regulations
• Sponsor ultimately responsible for
   compliance with regulations
• Typically a fee for service activity

Demographic Research

• Could involve specific projects or community
   activities
• Includes demographic information from
   Census Bureau
• Simple requests free for members
• Extensive research is typically a fee for
   service activity

Surveys

• Usually related to a specific issue or
   community project
• Local sponsors required to participate in
   survey distribution and collection
• Except for surveys conducted in conjunction
   with LCDBG requests, typically a fee based
   service

Technical Assistance

• Consultation and review of potential for a
   successful project
• Free for members for simple review
• Typically a fee based service for complex
   issues

Disaster Mitigation/Resiliency Planning

• Conforms to FEMA process
• Requires FEMA approval to be finalized
• Involves community and organizational
   participation
• Fee for service

Project Review/Clearinghouse Service

Select federal, state, and local grants require a review of the project by a qualified agency before it may be submitted to the granting agency. CDC's Division of Project Review serves as a reviewing agency in Louisiana, evaluating applications for community and economic development projects to assure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, and to prevent duplication and ensure coordination between interested parties. The Division also informs affected local officials of projects proposed for their area, thus giving them an opportunity to comment about a specific application if they so desire.

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