In observance of the Christmas holiday, PBRPC offices
will be closed Wednesday, December 24th
through Friday, December 26th.
We will resume normal business hours on
Monday, December 29th at 8:00 a.m.
The Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission was founded for purposes of solving area-wide problems through promoting intergovernmental cooperation and coordination, conducting comprehensive regional planning, and providing a forum for the study and resolution of area-wide problems.

Through PBRPC, individual governments may combine their resources and talents to meet challenges beyond their individual capabilities. By fostering intergovern-mental cooperation and coordination and by carrying on regional planning, PBRPC both compliments and supplements government without infringing on local home rule.

Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission
Midland International Air and Space Port
P.O. Box 60660
2910 LaForce Blvd.
Midland, TX 79711-0660
(432) 563-1061
(432) 563-1728 - Fax
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Below are links for the Request for Applications for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's (TCEQ) Municipal Solid Waste Pass-Through grants for the FY of 2014-2015.
(Application available thru February 6, 2015.)
Public Notice (.pdf)
Grant Application Instructions (.pdf)
Grant Application Forms (Word document)
Grant Application Fillable Forms (.pdf form)
(Use Adobe Reader for fillable form)

The Permian Basin EDD is engaged in updating the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The CEDS is a collaborative effort of public and private sectors, as well as the residents of the Permian Basin, working to identify the economic development roadmap necessary to maintain a strong regional economy.

Your input to the strategic planning process is critical. The EDD and the region’s leadership invite you to participate in the development of this project by completing a brief survey here .

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Areas covered under the
Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission -- Region 9