RFP: For Ecological Support Services for Federal- and State-Threatened and Endangered Species
ECICOG is requesting proposals for ecological services for federal- and State-threatened and endangered species (T & E) assessments and action plans associated with the Iowa Watershed Approach Project (IWA), as assisted through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) National Disaster Resilience Program. Click here for more information.
Draft TRANSPORTATION PLANNING WORK PROGRAM
The FY 2020 Draft Transportation Planning Work Program is available for public review here.
2018 ECICOG Annual Report
View the 2018 ECICOG Annual Report: here.
REGIONAL VISION DOCUMENT AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW
See the the available Regional Vision document here.
Please remember that this is a working draft and not the final product. Updates may be made to this document while it is available for review. Feel free to provide comments. This plan can also be found here.
The East Central Iowa Council of Governments (ECICOG) is an intergovernmental council established in 1973 under Chapter 28E and provided for under Chapter 28H of the Code of Iowa. Governed by a board of directors comprised of elected officials and private citizens. ECICOG was created to promote regional cooperation and to provide professional planning services to local governments in Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, Tama, and Washington Counties (all services are not offered in all counties). A portion of our operations are supported by a per capita assessment paid by these counties.
Interested in increasing your community's access to broadband internet or becoming a broadband certified community? ECICOG has partnered with Connect Iowa to assist counties and interested cities in our region in completing a broadband capability assessment. For more information about the program, please refer to the Connect Iowa website.