Camera feed can be viewed any time of day from SPEDA’s website; partnership with Somerset Police Shepherds Watch program adds safety component If you’re interested in what’s happening in the heart of read more
Welcome to Somerset-Pulaski County!
We’re excited you’re here and hope you’re learning more about our community.
SPEDA’s board of directors meets at 3 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month in the SPEDA board room/office. At times, because of board members’ travel and business schedules, the meeting date and time may change. Please contact the SPEDA office in advance to verify. We welcome anyone to our meetings and are proud of the work we are doing for our community and region. To obtain copies of board meeting agendas and minutes, email Jessica Carlton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In our newsroom, you’ll find a number of articles about economic development initiatives in Somerset-Pulaski County, and an archive of news coverage featuring SPEDA.
Interested in learning more?
We’d love to lead you around and show you all Somerset and Pulaski County, Kentucky, have to offer. Connect with our president and CEO to start the conversation!
President + CEO
New soybean crushing plant and biodiesel production facility will be on the cutting edge of food and energy production SPEDA is excited to join Continental Refining Company (CRC) in announcing the read more
SPEDA, Lake Cumberland Tourism and the Pulaski County Recycling Center partner to protect environment, anglers on Lake Cumberland Protecting Lake Cumberland’s 1,200 miles of shoreline from miles of read more
Four local businesses receive $2,500 plus match in advertising services to innovate and expand operations The Somerset-Pulaski Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) has issued its second round of read more
52-page publication tells story of economic resurgence in Somerset-Pulaski County The first of its kind for an economic development group in Somerset-Pulaski County, a 52-page report released today read more
Organization kicks off its third year with new members The co-founder of a behavioral health services center in Pulaski County and the president and CEO of a growing hospitality group are SPEDA’s read more