top of page

FREE Technology Classes!

The Broad River Business Alliance Community Development Corporation is partnering with Senior Planet from AARP to help people over 50 learn new online skills. When you sign up for the Digital Skills Ready@50+ program, you'll gain the essential skills you need to navigate an increasingly digital world.


Whether you're looking for a job, exploring entrepreneurship, or hoping to stay connected with family and friends, Digital Skills Ready@50+ classes and workshops offer training on a wide range of technologies, from video conferencing to online job search tools to office productivity software.

Community Resources

Communities thrive when their inhabitants are knowledgeable and ready to act. The information provided here aims to acquaint you with the various departments and elected entities that represent our community at Federal, State, County, and City levels.

We urge you to make the most of this information and raise your voice by getting involved. There's a role for everyone in building a better community, and everyone's contribution, no matter how small, can bring about significant improvement.

Should you wish to report a community issue, share suggestions for the alliance, or if you're keen on mobilizing your community and neighbors, you'll find useful resources and contacts here that can assist you in reaching your objectives.

"Arm yourself with knowledge to pave your path to success."


The Central Midlands Council of Governments (CMCOG) and the Richland County Neighborhood Improvement Program have collaborated together to prepare the Broad River District and Community Master Plan. This study is one of the first comprehensive planning efforts undertaken by the CMCOG and Richland County to guide the development and redevelopment of the communities within the Broad River District and surrounding areas. Download here

BRBA service area data download here
bottom of page