Who We Are

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (TCRPC) is an organization of local governments and agencies that foster cooperative efforts to resolve problems, develop policies, and implement plans to achieve shared, regional goals. They work to benefit citizens of the mid-Michigan tri-county area of Clinton, Ingham, and Eaton counties while maximizing the efficient use of its resources.

Check out our video to learn more about how we plan for and serve mid-Michigan's communities!

Development of the Region's 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan is Underway!

Moving Mid-Michigan is the 2045 Regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) that will detail our vision for the region's transportation system. The Plan is a long-range outlook on mid-Michigan's future transportation needs, and it plays a critical role in identifying projects and strategies that will improve and maintain roads, transportation infrastructure, our economy, the environment, and citizen safety and connectivity.

Everyone has the opportunity to be heard, get involved in the planning process, and be a part of the future. There will be several public open houses where you can share opinions and ideas, and you can take our survey for a chance to win a $50 transportation-related gift card here.

Visit www.MovingMidMichigan.org to learn more! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter: #TransportationMyWay #MovingMidMI


Opportunities & Events

Calling all planners, community leaders, government officials, and anyone interested in TCRPC's mission - check out these opportunities to get involved in the planning process and be active in your communities!

  • On behalf of the Groundwater Management Board, the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a short-term contractor to develop Wellhead Protection Grant educational materials. Reply to this RFP by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 25, 2018.
  • The Michigan to Montana (M2M) project team is looking for partners to deploy electric, natural gas, and propane fueling stations along the I-94 corridor. Organizations interested in being considered to receive federal funds should submit a project description in response to their Deployment Partner Request by May 31, 2018.
  • The Rolling Forward: Michigan Bicycle Conference is coming to Grand Rapids June 1-2, 2018. Register by May 18th at www.LMB.org/rollingforward! Click here to view the flyer.
  • The Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council has released their 2017 Roads & Bridges Annual Report! View it here.
  • What do you want to see happen with transportation in mid-Michigan? Fill out this survey for a chance to win a $50 gift card!
  • The Ingham Conservation District will host a Community Rain Barrel Workshop on May 19th for individuals and groups across Ingham County who manage public gardens or other green space. Learn about water quality issues impacting our local watersheds and how rain barrels can help!
  • Mark your calendars! Impression 5 and the Lansing Board of Water and Light's annual Adopt A River is celebrating its 25th year on May 12th. Stop by and say hello to our environmental planner, Cliff Walls, at the fair and learn how to keep our watershed healthy!

Regional News

Do you have good news to share about your community? Email nbaumer@mitcrpc.org with your article!

  • Our 2017 Annual Report is now available! Read all about our programming and accomplishments for the year.
  • Congratulations East Lansing! They were ranked as one of Livability's Top 100 Best Places to Live for the second straight year.
  • Way to go Delhi Charter Township! They received a Planning Excellence Award in Transportation Planning for their Realize Cedar: Urban Design Framework project.

    A jury of Florida planners from the College of Fellows, American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP) reviewed and scored projects and plans from all over the state. Detailed award descriptions will be shared at the Michigan Association of Planning's 2017 conference in September.

  • Okemos, Michigan was recently ranked as a 2017 best place to live in the U.S. They were graded on a variety of factors, including the quality of public schools, housing, diversity, family friendliness, and several others. Congratulations, Okemos!
  • We are excited to announce TCRPC was awarded a Regional Prosperity Initiative grant! The funds will support exciting economic development projects with our regional economic development partners CAMW!, LEAP, MSU, LCC, and LRCC. For the latest news, contact Economic Development Planner Rachel Elsinga at relsinga@mitcrpc.org or join our Greater Lansing Regional Prosperity Initiative meetings.