Check out our new service friendly Development Services web page that will assist Del Rio's growth by creating a vibrant and self-sufficient city with a unique identity. It is our department’s goal to encourage and promote responsible development to meet the opportunities of Del Rio’s future. The goal is to collaboratively work with citizens and developers to create a place where people live, work and play in a safe environment.
Del Rio Chamber of Commerce
Learn about local programs, events, and attractions in the Del Rio area.
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Check out new development projects and spotlights on Hispanic-based business within Del Rio.
In-Kind Grant Service
The City of Del Rio has developed a grant program to meet the growing demand of in-kind assistance requests by local community organizations and entities. In-kind assistance is described as a provision of service(s) from City human and/or plant resources – NOT financial resources. In-kind assistance is available on a quarterly basis. Applications are due September 15 for the first quarter, November 15 for the second quarter, February 15 for the third quarter and May 15 for the fourth quarter of each fiscal year.
Laughlin A.F.B. Economic Impact Study 2009
The Economic Impact Statement (EIS) provides unclassified key information about the economic impact of an Air Force base in the surrounding community. This document is made available to senior military officials, federal, state, and local officials, as well as to local business leaders and visitors to the base. An installation’s economic impact on the local community is calculated by use of a cost model that breaks out off-base local area spending from gross expenditures. For the purpose of the model, the local area, or Economic Impact Region (EIR), includes all counties encompassing a 50-mile radius from the center of the Air Force base.
Ports to Plains
The Ports-to-Plains Alliance, based in Lubbock, Texas, is a non-profit, non-partisan, community-driven advocacy group led by mayors, councilpersons, economic development officials, business and other opinion leaders from a nine-state, 2300-plus mile economic development corridor between Texas, and Alberta, Canada.