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 that are shared and regional with the greatest benefit to citizens of the mid-Michigan tri-county area of Clinton, Ingham, and Eaton counties while maximizing the efficient use of its resources.

Opportunities & Events

  • #CharlotteRising is updating the crosswalks of Charlotte July 9. Go to CharlotteRising.com to see what other fun activities they have planned for the day!
  • Please join us! On July 25, at 12 noon, TCRPC staff and friends will be cheering on the Lansing Lugnuts at Cooley Law School Stadium as they take on the Kane County Cougars. To join our group, please go to http://bit.ly/29bNlrX to register by JULY 18. Contact TCRPC at (517) 393-0342 or reception@mitcrpc.org for more information.
  • Free Water Testing at Eaton County Fair July 11 from 4-7 p.m. the Eaton Conservation District will be screening water from private wells for nitrates. Learn how to collect water samples.
  • The Michigan Economic Developers Association (MEDA) is holding their Annual Meeting in Detroit Aug. 23-26. Learn more about the learning and networking opportunities HERE.
  • Ingham Conservation District River CleanUp Day Aug. 25 at 9 a.m. at 325 City Market Drive in Lansing. Learn more at http://www.inghamconservation.com.
  • Save the date for the 2016 Innovate Michigan! Summit Wednesday, September 7, 2016! Learn, share, and create innovative economic development tools, models, policies, and programs with the MSU EDA University Center for Regional Economic Innovation (REI).
  • Do you have an innovative idea for a new economic development program, tool and/or policy for Michigan? If so, please submit your idea to http://reicenter.org/projects/suggest-an-idea by Sep. 7, to be considered at the REI 2016 Innovate Michigan! Summit.

Imagine Mid-Michigan

The Imagine Mid-Michigan project has been a peer-exchange of regional leaders from Clinton, Eaton, Ingham counties learning best practices for land use. If you are interested in learning more about the project, please contact Susan M.C. Pigg at spigg@mitcrpc.org or call (517) 393-0342.
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