Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

ADECA is responsible for administering a broad range of state and federal programs that contribute to the department’s mission — Building Better Alabama Communities. Each year we distribute hundreds of millions of dollars to Alabama cities, counties, non-profit organizations and others. Our grants support economic development projects, infrastructure improvements, job training, energy conservation, law enforcement, traffic safety, recreation development and assistance to low-income families. We also work to monitor and protect Alabama’s water resources, and we distribute state and federal surplus property to local governments and other qualified organizations. ADECA programs are as diverse as the people of Alabama and impact every corner of the state. The department works to assist children, the elderly, victims of crime and abuse, the disadvantaged and poor and the unemployed. Businesses, local governments, schools and non-profit organizations benefit from the hundreds of grants and contracts administered by ADECA.​

Contact Information

Shante' Holley
Recreation and Conservation Program Specialist
334-353-2630


 

 

Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

PO Box 5690 401 Adams Ave, 5th Floor
Montgomery, Alabama, 36103-5690
334-353-2630

http://adeca.alabama.gov


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