Western Connecticut Council of Governments


WestCOG has opened up a public comment period for the draft Public Involvement Plan (PIP). Comments will be accepted from October 29, 2022 to December 12, 2022.



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Request for Qualifications (RFQ)

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Wastewater Infrastructure Planning/Engineering ServicesBranchville-Georgetown Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Feasibility Study Announcement The Western Connecticut Council of Governments (“WestCOG”) is requesting qualifications from …

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2024 Spring Meeting of the Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum

2024 Spring Meeting of the Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum PUBLIC NOTICE: This meeting will be hosted by the South Central Regional Council of Governments …

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Flood Resilience Support Services

Flood Mitigation The heightened intensity of storm events has led to an increase in property damages, particularly in coastal areas and along waterways.  In an …

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CTDOT Draft 2025-2028 STIP

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RFQ – Municipal ADA Transition Plan Development

RFQ – Municipal ADA Transition Plan Development The Western Connecticut Council of Governments has initiated a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process to obtain planning and …

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DRAFT 2025-2028 Transportation Improvement Program

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Metropolitan Transportation Plan

WestCOG is updating the Metropolitan Transportation Plans (MTP) for the South Western Region and Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizations. The MTPs, previously referred to as the Long Range Transportation Plans or LRTP, are the primary documents for transportation planning, strategies, and investments in the region for the next 25 years.

We want to hear from you – residents and users of the region’s transportation system- on what the transportation system should look like in 2050. Where can improvements be made? How do you want to get around western Connecticut in the future? What do you see as the strengths and weaknesses of our current transportation system? Please send your thoughts and comments to plan@westcog.org by 11/18 or join us at one of our virtual focus sessions this month, advanced registration required:

  • 11/16 at 3PM – Business and Freight –
  • 11/17 at 7PM – Transit and Active Transportation –