Who We Are

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (TCRPC) is a multi-purpose regonal entity that supports the region of mid-Michigan by planning for and coordinating intergovernmental solutions to growth-related problems, providing technical assistance to local governments and meeting the needs of communities across the region.  TCRPC serves Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties and a small part of Shiawassee County that is included in the greater Lansing Michigan urbanized area.

Get Active in Mid-Michigan


Greening Mid-Michigan: A Vision for Green Infrastructure released a video highlighting green infrastructure success stories in the region www.youtube.com/user/GreeningMidMichigan.

Greening Mid-Michigan is a regional vision for green infrastructure planning for Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties. Partners include TCRPC, the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance, The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management, Clinton and Eaton Conservation Districts, the Land Use and Health Resource Team, local and county park and recreation departments, Ingham and Clinton Agricultural and Open Space Preservation Programs, and many others. Please visit www.greenmidmichigan.org website for more information.

DRAFT Regional 2040 Transportation Plan


TCRPC continues to refine and update the Draft Regional 2040 Transportation Plan, Executive Summary. Public comments received to date will be summarized and posted here. Please contact reception@mitcrpc.org or call 517-393-0342 to comment or request a printed copy of the Plan. Note: Please create a free account and log in to issuu.com to download or print this file. Use the http://mitcrpc.org/images/LRTP_PageIcon.PNG icon and links provided in the Table of Contents to easily navigate through the document.

Opportunities & Events


MDOT seeks comments on their 2015-2019 Five-Year Transportation Program

Save the Dates! Michigan ByProduct Synergy Networking Events in 2015

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Fall 2014: Volume 3, Issue 3

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