municipal services


The mission of the CRCOG Municipal Services Department is to help towns and cities save tax dollars and enhance operating efficiencies.

Municipal Services Committee

The Municipal Services Committee consists of First Selectmen and Mayors, Town Managers, and other municipal officials who are responsible for the administration of local governments. Committee representatives are appointed by the Mayors and First Selectmen of CRCOG member municipalities. The Municipal Services Committee focuses on municipal shared services.

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Regional Election Monitoring

In the June 2015 Special Session, the Connecticut General Assembly passed Connecticut Public Act 15-5. Sections 442, 443 and 444 of this bill require a regional election monitor within each planning region, as defined in section 4-124i of the General Statutes who shall represent, consult with and act on behalf of the Secretary of the State (SOTS) in preparations for and operations of any election, primary or recanvas, or any audit conducted pursuant to section 9-320f of the General Statutes.

To that end, the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) has contracted with a consultant to perform regional election monitoring under the general supervision of the CRCOG Director of Municipal Services and at the direction of the Connecticut Secretary of the State. The Regional Election Monitor works with registrars and other town officials from the thirty-eight CRCOG member municipalities to fulfill the duties outlined in PA 15-5, Sections 442-444 and contained in the Memorandum of Understanding between the Connecticut Secretary of the State (SOTS) and CRCOG.

You can contact the CRCOG Election Monitor Maureen Goulet at or by telephone: (860) 522-2217 ext. 211.


CRCOG, under direction of its Policy Board, is actively working on various Solid Waste activities.  Solid Waste cooperative programs include Textile Recycling.  For more information about CRCOG’s current activities, please contact Robyn Nichols.

The Central Connecticut Solid Waste Authority (CCSWA) contracts with the Capitol Region Council of Governments for administrative support. Currently, CCSWA is on hiatus as CCSWA towns look to CRCOG and statewide efforts to determine next steps for the Authority.