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CMRPC’s Mission contains 3 statements directly supported and implemented by the Community Development and Planning (CDAP) division of the organization. These include: (1) addressing growth and development issues that extend beyond community boundaries, (2) providing technical knowledge and resources to assist local government in addressing specific land use, economic or environmental problems resulting from growth or decline, and (3) building strong working relationships with member communities, state and federal officials, as well as the area’s legislative representatives. An additional component of the CMRPC mission statement, maintaining the district’s certification for federal transportation improvement funds, relates primarily to the Transportation division.
CMRPC’s CDAP program provides comprehensive planning services, technical planning services, and a variety of grant preparation and administration assistance to the Region’s 40 communities. In addition, CDAP conducts studies on a broad range regional growth issues and development trends. Overseeing these activities is the Physical Development Committee, which provides policy guidance for our work activities and sets the direction for the program.
Through its Delegates, each community has the opportunity to shape public policy in a real and tangible way through participation in the various committees established to implement these core focus areas. In that way, our delegates provide a vital link that enables us to deliver appropriate and desired services, compete for discretionary grant funds, identify community needs in transportation and land use, and foster inter-municipal collaboration through shared services, studies and procurement.
The following links describe our current, past, and potential work efforts: