The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) is a public agency with representatives from twenty-two towns, cities and boroughs formed to provide a basis for intergovernmental cooperation in dealing with a wide range of issues facing Southeastern Connecticut. The Council was organized in October of 1992, taking over the mission of the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Planning Agency (SCRPA), which had been in existence since January 1961.


For more information on each town, click on the town name above.


Current SCCOG News


Joint Land Use Study:
At their December 7th meeting, the JLUS Technical and Policy Committees endorsed the final JLUS plan. The JLUS is a cooperative land use planning effort between the Naval Submarine Base in Groton and the City of Groton, Town of Groton, Town of Ledyard, Town of Montville, City of New London, and Town of Waterford. The project was sponsored by the SCCOG and funded by the U.S. Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. Questions or comments may be emailed to SCCOG Executive Director James S. Butler at jbutler@seccog.org or by calling 860-889-2324.
A copy of the final plan may be viewed HERE
A four-page summary of the JLUS can be found HERE

Critical Facilities Assessment (Sponsored by CIRCA):
The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments conducted an assessment of 18 community facilities located in or near flood zones that are critical for ongoing public services, including fire and police stations, town halls, and departments of public works. The assessment identifies the risks to properties and service continuation from flooding, wind damage, and snow loads now and over the next several decades. For each site, the assessment recommends appropriate flood prevention measures, potentially including relocation, site modifications such as flood walls, flood proofing, and elevation of utilities.
Final Report
FAQ
Site Assessments
Presentation

EMPLOYMENT: Regional Planner
Regional Planner position(s) with the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments serving twenty-two municipalities with a population of 286,786. Planner will work on land use, zoning, housing, and transportation planning programs. May attend night meetings.
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