Students come to Connecticut from all over the world to get a world class education. Connecticut has struggled to add these students to our workforce. Join us for an overview of recent trends in student migration, followed by a discussion of best practices for keeping graduates in the state.
The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) is inviting municipalities to submit proposals for Transportation Improvement Projects for funding under the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP). Click Here for more information.
CRCOG is pleased to announce that the Draft Final Report is here! Or check out our Draft Final Report Executive Summary. We’d love to hear from you. Please contact Emily Hultquist at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments before the end of the public comment period on February 14, 2020. Check out the Silver Lane Transportation Corridor Study page as well for […]
CRCOG was recently notified that the Federal Emergency management Agency (FEMA) gave formal approval of the 2019 – 2014 Capitol Region Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update on November 7th. The plan is effective until November 6, 2024. The plan details the risks our region faces from natural disasters such as hurricanes, winter storms, drought, tornados […]
October 31 Event Flyer Connecticut’s economy is not currently on a stable path to long-term economic growth. Combined with large fixed expenses in the state budget, slow or no growth puts real pressure on the state’s ability to invest in infrastructure and meet educational and human services needs. What initiatives should Connecticut take to accelerate economic […]
CRCOG sponsored a workshop on June 19th on dealing with the growing problem of invasive aquatic plants in the Connecticut River. The workshop focused on Hydrilla which is among the most troublesome invasive aquatic plants and has become common in the Connecticut River, choking portions of the river and coves. Hydrilla grows rapidly and its […]
April 2019 / Issue 1