Fostering economic growth and responsible development in the Prince William Sound region.
Through partnerships with federal, state, and local government, PWSEDD champions planning processes that advance community and economic development.
Special topics and quick information about the regional economy.
Monitoring the region's economic metrics and progress on implementing the regional economic development strategy.
Established in 1991, the Prince William Sound Economic Development District (PWSEDD) serves the communities of Chenega, Cordova, Tatitlek, Valdez, and Whittier as a regional development organization. For more than 25 years, the PWSEDD has worked with municipal and tribal governments, businesses, and residents to improve the business climate and the quality of life in the region.
PWSEDD fosters economic growth and responsible development in the Prince William Sound region. We serve as a forum to advance regional economic issues, sustainable development, and stewardship of the Sound.
Your investment in the Prince William Sound Economic Development District supports ongoing regional planning, economic development projects, and initiatives. It represents your commitment to the future of the Prince William Sound region.