You have reached the web site of the Arizona offices of USDA Rural Development. USDA Rural Development is the arm of the federal United States Department of Agriculture dedicated to serving the needs of small town, rural America. We deliver an array of programs that respond to the needs of Arizona's rural communities, for housing, business, community facilities, and utility systems.
Single Family Housing Proposed Ineligible Areas
2012 Annual Report
(Arizona’s 2012 Annual Report is a celebration of the 150th year anniversary of the Department of Agriculture and the 100th birthday of the state of Arizona. Following along a 25-year continuum, the booklet not only catalogues the work done in 2012, but also offers a retrospective on how USDA and Arizona have progressed since their inceptions. The Annual Report contains stories written during the year on specific projects and facts, figures, and perspectives from the past. For budget considerations, we are publishing the booklet on-line. Comments can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Our mission is to enhance the ability of rural communities to develop, to grow, and to improve their quality of life by targeting financial and technical resources into areas with the greatest need for activities with the greatest potential. We want to be your cooperative financial partner!