The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission exists to provide intergovernmental cooperation, regional planning, and a vision for the future. The Commission is made up of County Board members from Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties. Members are charged with defining regional issues, setting goals, and cooperatively implementing plans. To see detailed functions of the commission and an explanation of internal committees, including Executive Board, Ways & Means, and Personnel, please reference the bylaws by clicking here.
The Peoria-Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) Technical Committee meets once a month to discuss transportation issues on a regional level. The committee is made up of individuals appointed by their respective PPUATS communities. Most of the individuals are public works and/or engineering staff. Throughout the year, the Technical Committee reviews and recommends planning policies and measures to the PPUATS Policy Committee. PPUATS Technical meets the third Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. Visit the eLibrary to download meeting agendas and minutes.
The Peoria-Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) Policy Committee is made up of elected officials representing their respective communities. The Policy Committee's function is to determine transportation policy within the framework of the urban transportation planning process. The Policy Committee is mandated to vote on the Technical Committee recommendations. PPUATS policy meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. Visit the eLibrary to download meeting agendas and minutes.
The HSTP Committee is composed of transit providers, human service agencies, elected officials, and other interested individuals. Each county in Illinois Region 5 is represented by up to two individuals. The Committee meets regularly, and is committed to carrying out the HSTP plan over a three-year term. Visit the eLibrary for meeting agendas and minutes.
The PLBA is composed of three agencies that coordinate efforts to restore and preserve the ecological, recreational, cultural and economic attributes of the Peoria Lakes. The Commission, the Heartland Water Resources Council, and the Nature Conservancy work together to ensure a coordinated and successful unified message for the restoration and revitalization of the Illinois River and Peoria Lakes.
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