In partnership with the Barnstable County Economic Development Council, the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and many other organizations, every five years the Cape Cod Commission prepares a strategic plan known as the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy. or CEDS. The CEDS builds on the economic development goals of the Regional Policy Plan and identifies regional priority projects that will move Cape Cod's economy toward a sustainable future. CEDS work is evaluated annually by economic development leaders across the region.
| The final version of the five-year CEDS was approved by the Cape Cod Economic Development Council and the Cape Cod Commission by June 30, 2014, and was submitted to the US Department of Commerce/Economic Development Administration for review and certification. The detailed report includes: |
| During the interim years, the CEDS planning team prepares annual reports to track progress and document changes in regional conditions and the plan itself. Annual reports include: |
For more information, visit the Economic Development department page.