The Cumberland Valley Area Development District strives to make our communities places where citizens want to live and work, both now and in the future.  Cumberland Valley ADD helps local units of governments and other stakeholders develop and implement projects that increase the social and economic sustainability of the region.  Our commitment is preserving the rich heritage of our region's past while improving the area for future generations.  This approach to community and economic development leverages investments from state and federal sources to supplement local resources.
The cornerstone of community and economic development in the Cumberland Valley region is our Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.  This document, developed with input from local elected officials and other private-sector stakeholders on an annual basis, identifies and prioritizes the needs of the region.  The CEDS also provides the metric for evaluating the success of community and economic development in the Cumberland Valley region.  A copy of the CEDS document is available for review by clicking here.
Cumberland Valley ADD staff has expertise in developing applications for and administering funds from a variety of state and federal sources including:

External link opens in new tab or windowCommunity Development Block Grants

External link opens in new tab or windowLand and Water Conservation Fund

External link opens in new tab or windowRecreational Trails Program

Cumberland Valley ADD encourages economic development and the growth of small businesses by serving as a link to various state and local service providers. Businesses are encouraged to contact the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development for assistance with site selection, incentives and financing programs, & small business support programs.

For more information contact the CVADD at (606) 864-7391.

Click on each program below for more information:

Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS Plan)

Hazard Mitigation

Updated 1/4/2022