Select an option on the left to reach our offices.
National Office: Here you can find contact information for the Administrator’s Offices of the Rural Business-Cooperative Service, the Rural Housing Service, and the Rural Utilities Service. Also available is contact information for the Customer Service Center, the Office of External Affairs, the Rural Development Innovation Center, and the RUS Program Accounting Services Division Assistant Administrator’s Office.
State Offices: Here you can find contact information for each State Office, State Director information, and links to each state’s Rural Development page.
Loan Servicing: Contact information for home loan servicing, including mailing address, toll free phone numbers, fax, and website information.
Field Accountants: Find contact information for each state’s corresponding field accountant(s) using an interactive map.
USDA Service Centers: USDA Service Centers are designed to be a single location where customers can access the services provided by the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Rural Development agencies. This web site will provide the address of a USDA Service Center and other Agency offices serving your area along with information on how to contact them.
Press Office: Information regarding press inquiries, legislative affairs, public affairs, and Rural Development publications.
Electric GFR: Find a state’s General Field Representative (GFR) for Rural Development Electric Programs.
Telecom GFR: Find a state’s General Field Representative (GFR) for Rural Development Telecommunications Programs.
Freedom of Information Act: The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a Federal statute that allows any person the right to obtain Federal agency records, unless the records (or part of the records) are protected from disclosure by any of the nine exemptions contained in the law.
Civil Rights Contacts: Contacts for Rural Development’s Civil Rights Office, whose mission is to ensure that Rural Development programs are guided by principles of national leadership and education, expert, knowledgeable civil rights advice, sound civil rights policy, and efficient, impartial investigations, in support of our agency’s overall mission to help improve the quality of life in rural America through housing, business, infrastructure, and utilities.