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We apologize for the Inconvenience – In compliance with federal and state guidelines related to COVID-19 the Physical Offices of PRPC are closed until further notice.

Staff is working remotely to continue providing services to our clients – Please call (806) 372-3381 during business hours to be routed to available staff.


The Panhandle Regional Planning Commission is a voluntary association of cities, counties, and special districts in the Texas Panhandle. Established in 1969, the Planning Commission assists local governments in planning, developing, and implementing programs designed to improve the general health, safety, and welfare of the citizens in the Texas Panhandle.

The Planning Commission is an organization of, by, and for local governments. It was created based on the concept that more can be accomplished by local governments acting cooperatively rather than alone. Since 1969, the Planning Commission has been involved in a wide range of projects and programs. Activities currently include programs in the following areas:

The Panhandle region covers a 26-county area consisting of almost 26,000 square miles. The region’s population is 427,927. The Panhandle Regional Planning Commission has 90 member governments—including all 26 counties, 60 incorporated cities, and 5 special districts.


2019 Annual Report

2020 Strategic Work Program and Budget

Contact Information

Phone: (806)372-3381
Fax: (806)373-3268


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