The Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability (MMPGS) is administered by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission and its partners for Greater Lansing's region of Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties, Michigan. Activities are funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Program, Michigan State Housing Development Authority, and our many local partners. Click on the button below to visit the online Portal for more information.
The Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability has focused efforts on improving issues of sustainability in the Capital region for several years. Watch this latest installment of "Sustaining the Future" for a brief overview of the MMPGS projects. Find out how you can get involved! Go to www.midmichigansustainability.org.
The Mid-Michigan Sustainable Communities Consortium worked to develop the proposal for the Greater Lansing Michigan tri-county region, a metropolitan planning area. They will work directly with the Regional Growth Steering Committee to carry out the grant program to support planning efforts that integrate housing, land use, economic and workforce development, transportation, enviornmental and infrastructure investments. Recommendations will then be shared with the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission for decision making and directing funds from the Sustainable Communities grant.
The Greater Lansing Housing Coalition Releases the Tri-County 5-Year Housing Plan called ICE: ICE Housing Plan Plan Overview. The Housing Plan has been created by the GLHC in cooperation with the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission through the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability. [More Information]
The Capitol Corridor project is hosted by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission through the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability (MMPGS), a sustainable communities program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Michigan State Housing Development Authority, and other local partners. This project offered the opportunity for in-depth public engagement on the future design of the Michigan Avenue/Grand River Avenue Corridor to develop a vision, and the final report is now available! Download the PDF or purchase a printed copy of the report at Blurb Books or visit migrand-charrette.com for more information.
The Tri-County Region now holds"Preferred Sustainability Status" for future grant applications. As an awardee of a $3M HUD Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Program, TCRPC has opened the door for our regional partners to gain consideration or additional points when applying for grant programs. Please contact our office for more details.
The Michigan Sense of Place Council, representing numerous state agencies under the direction of Governor Snyder, engaged in a partnership with Smart Growth America to provide technical advisory services to six communities of Michigan pursuing livable communities initiatives under the Federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities,which included the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission. The assistance provided by Smart Growth America was in two primary areas - community mobility management and strategic transportation demand management (TDM). Results of the study are provided in the links below.
• Tri-County Mobility Management Final Study
• Tri-County Mobility Management Final Study Supplement
This program is administered by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission in cooperation with it's partners through the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability, a sustainable communities program funded by U.S. HUD.