Missouri Association of Councils of Government
The Missouri Association of Councils of Government (MACOG) is a statewide association comprising all 19 of Missouri’s regional planning commissions and councils of governments.
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.
- United States Department of Agriculture – Rural Development
- United States Geological Survey
- United States Small Business Administration
- Gamble & Schlemeier
- National Association of Development Organizations
- Missouri Municipal League
- Missouri Association of Counties
- Missouri Public Utility Alliance
- Missouri Spatial Data Information Service
- Missouri City/County Management Association
- Missouri Recycling Association
The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) announced that Cindy Hultz, Executive Director of the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments, and MACOG Vice-President, has been appointed to the NADO Research Foundation Advisory Committee for the...
Governor Parson directs nearly $50 million in relief funds to aid in broadband expansion and COVID-19 response
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Today Governor Parson announced nearly $50 million to support broadband expansion across Missouri, including support directed at telehealth and education. The Governor also signed house bill 1768, which expands the state’s existing Missouri...
The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) recently honored Sen. Roy Blunt with a 2018 Congressional Partnership Award. The award recognizes members of Congress for their leadership and contribution to regional economic and community development. The...
Pictured are outgoing President Bonnie Prigge(Meramec RPC); Felicity Ray, new Treasurer (Ozark Foothills RPC); Linda Conner, new President (Lake of the Ozarks COG); and Randy Railsback new (old) Vice President (Green Hills RPC)
Jason Ray, executive director of the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments, assisted with the announcement of a $2.2 million EDA investment in Cox Nursing College, that will help insure access to healthcare in southwest Missouri. "The collaborative efforts of...