Latest News from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments
GIS Staff in the Transportation Planning and Services Division attended the 20th annual Oklahoma South Central Arc Users Group (OKSCAUG) conference September 18-19, Moore Norman Vo-Tech Center. Jennifer Sebesta, Program Coordinator and Charlotte Adcock,...read more
NEW STAFF Matthew McClure Awarded Clean Cities Internship Central Oklahoma Clean Cities September 20, 2017 ACOG has hired Matthew McClure as the Clean Cities intern for the fall 2017 semester. McClure is a third-generation Oklahoman, born and raised in Norman. He is...read more
NEW STAFF Stuart Campbell Joins ACOG Transportation Planning & Services September 19, 2017 ACOG has hired Stuart Campbell to serve as Assistant Planner in the Transportation Planning and Services Division. Campbell was born and raised in Central Oklahoma, and...read more
Envision Moore The following presentation was made by Ava Zredan, Assistant Planner, City of Moore, at ACOG's Areawide Planning and Technical Advisory Committee (APTAC) meeting, September 14, 2017. For more information, please contact Zrenda, (405) 793-5053....read more
ACOG in partnership with ODEQ has issued an Ozone Alert for Wednesday, September 13, 2017. The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) has issued an OZONE ALERT DAY...read more
Drive Electric Dozens of Oklahoma City-area electric vehicle drivers and EV enthusiasts gathered together on Saturday to celebrate the growth of electric vehicles travelling on Oklahoma’s roadways. They congregated in the shadow of the Wheeler District Ferris Wheel...read more
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, 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 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’s Public Relations and Community Affairs Division houses a number of ACOG projects and programs including Central Oklahoma Clean Cities and the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for Central Oklahoma.