The overall mission of USDA Rural Development is to improve the quality of life for rural Americans. To accomplish this we have the responsibility of coordinating Federal assistance in rural areas of our great state.
Working closely with profit and non-profit sectors, along with state, tribal, and local governments, we are fundamentally changing the way in which the Federal government does business. With this new philosophy of public partnership many positive outcomes for rural Americans are occurring daily.
It is Rural Development's intention to ensure rural citizens can participate fully in the global economy. By providing technical assistance and programs to rural Americans a stronger economy will be built and will improve the quality of life for all.
The North Carolina State Office, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, administers USDA Rural Development programs from Area
and Field office sites across the state. Each site is committed to serving those in search of information and assistance with Rural Development programs and initiatives. The following links will provide you with office locations
and points of contact.
State Office Information
Area Office Information
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Revised on: March 2010