OPEN RECORDS REQUEST
The ACOG Public Information department partners with each ACOG Division and/or Department to showcase their mission in serving Central Oklahoma and to raise the public profile of the organization as a whole.
Public Information Director
PUBLIC INFORMATION REQUEST
As a sub-state agency, ACOG follows the Oklahoma Open Meetings and Open Records Act, which helps make the work of our organization transparent. The purpose of the act is to ensure and facilitate the public’s right of access to and review of ACOG records so they may efficiently and intelligently exercise their rights.
In accordance with the Oklahoma Open Meetings and Open Record Acts, ACOG shall make all public records open for inspection, except as otherwise specifically provided by law.
To request public information from ACOG, download the Open Records form. Public records will be made available for public inspection at reasonable times and completed within 10 business days of the received request. If extenuating circumstances exists, this time frame may be extended seven business days.
The Public Participation Plan is a document routinely updated by ACOG, as the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Central Oklahoma region, to document guidelines and standards when soliciting general public comments on local transportation plans and programs. Public participation is an important aspect of the transportation planning process.
The Public Participation Plan DRAFT was published on August 13, 2020. The window for comments from the public closed on September 23. Download the final draft of the updated Public Participation Plan here.
Any questions regarding the Public Participation Plan, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mail your comments to:
ACOG Projects Coordinator II
4205 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
LEGISLATIVE ISSUES & ADVOCACY
Legislative advocacy and policy activities are critical to advancing the role and voice of regional government in Central Oklahoma. ACOG is responsible for representing our regional programs and priorities with local, state and federal agencies. ACOG staff work with our various policy boards to develop annual legislative issues and legislative priorities. This advocacy section of our website provides information on how local governments can take action on important issues.
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