ACOG houses the Metropolitan Planning Organization for Central Oklahoma. MPOs were created through Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962. Federal funding for transportation projects are channeled through this planning process.
ACOG’s IGS division oversees Human Resources, Information Technology, grants administration and operations.
ACOG houes the Garber-Wellington Association, an association of the local governments who help develop the resources of the aquifer and the alluvial aquifer systems. More than 20 municipalities produce water from the aquifer.
ACOG was designated an Economic Development District in 2013, by the U.S. Economic Development Administration. ACOG maintains and updates the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.
ACOG, in partnership with local and state officials, created 9-1-1 ACOG in 1988. For 27 years, the organization has provided high quality 9-1-1 administrative, technical and educational services to residents and citizens in the region.
ACOG prides itself in fiscal responsibility and has enjoyed a long history of clean audits. Check them out along with our recent budget.
Latest News from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments
The Honorable Charles McCall is Oklahoma’s new Speaker of the House. The Honorable Elise Hall, R-Bethany, will serve as Vice Caucus Chair. The Honorable Katie Henke, R-Tulsa, will serve as Caucus Secretary Charles McCall Named Speaker-elect OKLAHOMA CITY – One...read more
In a ceremony held on Oklahoma’s 109th birthday, 24 new and returning members of the Oklahoma State Senate were sworn into office at the Capitol Wednesday. Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb, President of the Senate, presided over the ceremony. The oath was administered by the...read more
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