The Acadiana Planning Commission (APC) — Louisiana Planning District 4 — serves the public sector in the planning and implementation of economic, community, and transportation development throughout the region known as Acadiana, including the Louisiana Parishes of Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, and Vermilion.
APC is one of the highest-performing agencies in the country because we use knowledge, experience, and data to facilitate, elevate, and push the envelope. Our goal is to forge a space for creative solutions through collaborations and core values to implement development at the highest level possible. Community and economic development go hand-in-hand; through intentional, catalytic processes, we can change conversations, foster change, and advance Acadiana together.
The mission of APC is to foster a knowledge and data-driven decision-making culture, leverage collaborative assets and relationships across all stakeholders and sectors, grow regional capacity, resources, and opportunities through economies of scale, and support a foundation of sustainable infrastructure and utilities.
APC's vision is to cultivate a region where all citizens can live, eat, play, travel, work, and learn in a smart, safe, healthy, and happy community.
APC brings diverse perspectives together for the good of the whole region.
From big picture to detailed projects, APC is envisioning & facilitating the future for Acadiana.
APC works endlessly to build the foundation of impact & capacity across the region.
APC achieves excellence across all programming areas.
From staff to execution or partners, APC fosters integrity in all endeavors.