Reno County, KS
Reno County Courthouse
KS Cosmosphere
Dillon Nature Center
Gaeddert & Martisko Farms
Kansas State Fair
RCAT
Sandhill State Park, Buhler KS
STRATACA - KS Underground Salt Museum

Welcome to REAP

Welcome to the Regional Economic Area Partnership (REAP). REAP is comprised of twenty-seven city and county governments in nine counties of South Central Kansas, including Butler, Cowley, Harper, Harvey, Kingman, McPherson, Reno, Sedgwick and Sumner, as well as multiple associate members. These jurisdictions and partners have voluntarily joined together  to guide state and national actions that affect economic development in the region and to consider and adopt joint actions among member governments that enhance the regional economy.

Legislative and Policy Priorities

REAP advocates for state investments and encourages strategic public policies to create jobs and grow the economy in South Central Kansas.

The members of REAP focus on issues of common concern that drive the regional economy including transportation, water, energy and workforce development.

The 2015 Legislative and Policy Priorities are now available!  Click here to download the infographic.

Upcoming Projects and Events

The 2014 REAP Annual Report is now available!  Click here for a PDF downloadable version.

The REAP Board of Directors meets on April 16, 2015, at 12:30 p.m.  Save the date!

The REAP Regional Water Conference is scheduled for May 21, 2015 at Newman University! Registration is now open, sign up here!