Council of governments
Councils of governments are regional bodies that exist throughout the United States. They are also sometimes called regional councils, regional commissions, regional planning commissions, planning district commissions, and development districts. A typical council is defined to serve an area of several counties, and they address issues such as regional and municipal planning, economic and community development, cartography and GIS, hazard mitigation and emergency planning, aging services, water use, pollution control, transit administration, and transportation planning.
Council membership is drawn from the county, city, and other government bodies within its area.
- North Carolina Councils of Governments
- Texas Association of Regional Councils
- Virginia Planning District Commissions
- Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
- Centre Region Council of Governments
- Puget Sound Regional Council
- Southern Iowa Council of Governments
- Warren-Morris Council of Governments
- Nelson Wikstrom; "Councils of Governments"; 1977, Burnham, Munger & Root, ISBN 0-88229-322-2.
- W. G. Roeseler; "Public intervention and pseudo government in urban areas : a critique of the public involvement process and the councils of government"; 1977, EMR Publications, ISBN 0-930308-03-4.
- Centre Region Council of Government (CRCOG), Pennsylvania
- Parks in the Centre Region
- National Association of Regional Councils web site
- Alabama Association of Regional Councils web site
- Georgia Association of Regional Commissions web site
- Virginia Association of Planning District Commissions
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