SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
Planning for Our Region's Future



Welcome to SCRCOG


The South Central Region of Connecticut is an economically diverse region of fifteen municipalities with a total population of approximately 570,000. The Region extends from the City of Milford on the west to the Town of Madison on the east, and to the City of Meriden to the north with the City of New Haven centrally located on the coast of the Long Island Sound.  The Region is home to Yale University and Yale-New Haven Hospital (recognized as an international leader in medical care and research), as well as a number of other major educational and health care institutions. 

The South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG) brings together local governments to coordinate land use and transportation planning on a regional basis. SCRCOG provides a forum to foster communication and collaboration among its member municipalities in identifying and addressing these and other regional issues.

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Draft Implementation Plan for Sustainable Development in the New York-Connecticut Metropolitan Region is available for public comment through May 12, 2014. The Draft Plan is available here.

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is looking for your input to help shape the state's transportation vision. Visit Transform CT.

SCRCOG has updated the regional Demographic and Socioeconomic Trends report. It is available on the Data Collection page.

Request for Proposals

SCRCOG is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to perform Mobility Management services for the South Central Urbanized Area. More information is available on the RFP/RFQ page.

UPCOMING MEETINGS

SCRCOG
Board
Executive Committee
April 23 April 23
Transportation Committee Regional Planning Commission
May 14 May 8


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