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About MACOG

The Missouri Association of Councils of Governments (MACOG) is the statewide organization representing Missouri’s 19 regional planning commissions and councils of governments. These professional organizations represent the entire State of Missouri and are committed to enhancing the state’s regions. Regional councils are engaged in a myriad of activities, including:

• Economic and community development
• Housing initiatives
• Safety and security
• Transportation planning
• Environmental issues
• Quality-of-life issues

These activities create jobs for Missourians, stimulate private investment and attract millions of dollars which support public projects. MACOG’s organizations serve the state’s 114 counties and more than 6.8 million people. For more information, see:

What is a RPC? | Services Provided by Missouri's RPCs


MACOG Meetings and Directions

MACOG meetings are generally held the first Thursday of each month in Jefferson City, Missouri. Meetings are either held in the Governor's Office Building at 200 Madison Street or at the Gamble and Schlemeier Building at 213 East Capitol. The buildings are located less than two blocks apart, with a parking garage available nearby. Parking garage only accepts cash.


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