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What We Do


The South County EDC is focused on long term economic growth by attracting new business, supporting local companies, and encouraging positive community enhancement.

Business Attraction and Retention

SCEDC highlights the unique assets in South County to businesses looking to relocate or grow.  Our communities have unparalleled commercial/residential land, proximity to international, and highly skilled workforce.

Workforce Development

The SCEDC proactively assesses the needs of employers and works with local education organizations, companies, and residents to develop programming focused on ensuring future needs are met.

Government Relations

The South County Economic Development Council works diligently to connect interested parties with the decision makers in our communities.  Together we can take the vision of tomorrow’s community a reality today.

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South County News

Announcing New Forum Series

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For more than thirty years the South County EDC has been bringing our communities together to discuss key issues of focus for the region through our Economic Summit.  To enhance the amazing insights on focused programs having come from the Summit we are launching a forum series.  Over the coming year we will host three forums in the areas of Real Estate, Workforce, and the Binational Region.  The forums will each take an in depth

Growth and Revitalization on the Horizon

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As we prepare to spring forward it is with great optimism that we look to the near future as a time of growth and revitalization.  For the past year we have all worked diligently to ensure our neighbors, communities, and families have remained safe and healthy.  This hard work is starting to pay off with decreasing infection numbers, increasing vaccination opportunities, and slow but steady re-opening of our economy.  The road ahead is paved with

AT&T COVID-19 Keeping San Diegans connected

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In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, AT&T is taking new steps to keep our customers in California connected. We understand the financial hardship many Californians are currently facing and we are working with our residential customers and small businesses to reduce disconnections and late fees – and expand access to discount communications services. Our ongoing efforts in California include: Waiving fees for traditional wireline and VoIP services Expanding eligibility and access to discount Internet

New Regional Degree Program Responds to Water and Wastewater Workforce Needs

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Driven by the rapidly growing demands for skilled career professionals in the water and wastewater industry, National University and Cuyamaca College will launch a new degree pathway program starting in February 2021. Developed in collaboration with regional employers, the new Bachelor of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Waterworks Management provides a seamless pathway for graduates of the Cuyamaca College Center for Water Studies to transfer into the bachelor’s program after earning their associate’s degree. Transfers


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