Who We Are

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission (TCRPC) is an organization of local governments and agencies that foster cooperative efforts to resolve problems, develop policies, and implement plans that are shared and regional with the greatest benefit to citizens of the mid-Michigan tri-county area of Clinton, Ingham, and Eaton counties while maximizing the efficient use of its resources.

Opportunities & Events

  • TCRPC is gathering input for the Long Range Plan's Non-Motorized Plan at a Kick-Off Meeting on Dec. 6. Please come to the Ingham County Health Department, Room D & E from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. REGISTER
  • Please join us in celebrating 60 years of the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission at our 60th Anniversary Gala on December 15, 2016, from 6-8 p.m. at the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum. INVITATION REGISTER
  • Dec. 14 is the Annual Groundwater Management Board Holiday Breakfast Meeting. GMB members are invited to join us at the Hannah Community Center at 8:30 a.m. REGISTER
  • The Fall 2016 Newsletter is out! See it below in our What's Happening at TCRPC section.
  • Join CATA Monday, Dec. 5, 2:30 p.m. at Fieldhouse (213 Ann St., East Lansing) for Shaping the Avenue - putting the guidelines in place that will lead the capital area's Michigan/Grand River Avenue corridor toward its full potential as a connected series of unique places and community spaces. Learn More
  • The Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities is holding their Annual Member Meeting and Awards event on Dec. 9, from 8-10 a.m. at the R.E.Olds Transportation Museum. Join them in celebrating 13 years of reducing petroleum consumption in the region. Learn More
  • Dec. 9, from 8 - 10 a.m. at the R.E.Olds Transportation Museum, the Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities is holding their Annual Member Meeting & Awards Breakfast. Join them in celebrating 13 years of improving air quality and energy security through petroleum displacement. Learn More
  • Michigan Community Development Association's Winter 2016 Technical Assistance Conference is Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development in Lansing. A few topics include: NSP Closeout, Green Building, ADA and Universal Design, Public Services Funding and Issues, and a keynote from Keith Hernandez of HUD. Learn More

Regional News

  • TCRPC is celebrating 60 years of regional facilitation! Press Release
  • The Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development is offering a new competitive grant program aimed to promote the sustainability of land-based industries and support infrastructure benefiting rural communities in Michigan. See if you qualify at www.michigan.gov/mdardgrants. More Information
  • Coordinated Mobility Plan: Prosperity Region 7: The Plan involved a statewide transit study to identify regional gaps in mobility, particularly for people with limited transportation options such as veterans, older adults, individuals with disabilities, and people with lower incomes. The Coordinated Mobility Plan for this region takes a wide approach and includes information on a variety of transportation services offered in the region and strategies and potential projects beyond public transit services that can be taken to increase regional mobility.
  • TCRPC is Coordinating a Transit and Economic Prosperity Study for the Region! Read more here: Press Release
  • CATA's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project Overview (as presented to the Commission) 
  • Applying for a federal grant to serve the mid-Michigan area? TCRPC holds "Preferred Sustainability Status" for our region. Contact us to find out how this can help you earn application points.
  • Take a look at the Tri-County Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Employment Opportunities

Applicants must submit cover letter, resume, and completed job application by email to jobs@mitcrpc.org with the job title in the subject line.

Positions are open until filled. Applicants may be invited to interview and may be asked to provide a writing sample, to give examples of work products, and to demonstrate their computer and program skills. References will be requested. A job-related background check will be conducted before any offer of employment. TCRPC is an EEO/AA Employer.


Open Positions:

There are no open positions at this time.

Imagine Mid-Michigan

The Imagine Mid-Michigan project has been a peer-exchange of regional leaders from Clinton, Eaton, Ingham counties learning best practices for land use. If you are interested in learning more about the project, please contact Susan M.C. Pigg at spigg@mitcrpc.org or call (517) 393-0342.
See what Imagine Mid-Michigan has been up to!: