6580 Valley Center Dr. • Ste 124 • Radford, VA 24141 • 540-639-9313

Your Regional Commission

Strengthening the Region Through Collaboration

The New River Valley Regional Commission is an organization comprised of 12 local governments and two universities for the purpose of encouraging collaboration to address regionally significant issues and opportunities. Also known as PDC 4, our organization encompasses the counties of Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski, and the City of Radford.


The Regional Commission convenes community leaders to build relationships and capacity across the region; provides technical assistance to members; serves as a liaison between local, state and federal governments; and implements services when requested by members.

Get Involved

If you’d like to know more or get involved, contact us and we’ll be sure to reach out to you as soon as possible.

 

Upcoming Events:

 

december

14dec12:00 pm- 2:30 pmVirginia’s First Regional Industrial Facilities Authority/Commerce Park
15dec2:30 pm- 4:00 pmNRV HOME Consortium Board Meeting

january

17jan1:00 pm- 3:00 pmRegional Transportation Meeting
26jan6:00 pm- 7:00 pmNRV Regional Commission Board Meeting

 

Check the Calendar page for a full list of upcoming events.

Featured Posts:

Pembroke and Narrows DHCD Grant Project Progress Report: Downtown Revitalization and Outdoor Recreation Business Development

NRVRC staff, and town staff and residents from Pembroke and Narrows in Giles County are currently working on a project to encourage redevelopment of downtown commercial properties, and attract or start new businesses to serve visitors and local shoppers. The project focuses on highlighting opportunities and resources for outdoor recreation, including the New River, hiking trails, sports and camping.

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NRV Data Dashboard

The NRV Data Dashboard is an interactive data tool that will change the way local governments, grant writers, non-profit organizations, and New River Valley citizens access data. This dashboard makes regional demographic, economic, transportation, education, and community health data not only more accessible, but also easier to interpret.

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