Our Work

Our Organizational Principles

All TJCOG projects and programs are expected to incorporate key priorities for the organization. These priorities reflect an organizational desire to be responsive, proactive, and reflective of the region we serve.

  • Services to Our Member Governments
  • Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusivity
  • Thought Leadership
  • Service Alignment

TJCOG is a member of the Government Alliance on Race & Equity, a national network of government agencies working to achieve racial equity and advance opportunities for all that allows our employees to access peer learning, tools, and self-reflection to improve their understanding of racial equity in government work. 

Our Focus Areas

Aging & Human Services

Connect older adults to resources, assist partners to make holistic and strategic decisions about aging services, and help local communities build aging-friendly places for the rapidly growing older adult population.

Community & Economic Development

Facilitate coordinated regional projects and build capacity for local economic development activities that attract investment in large, small, urban, suburban, and rural communities.

Environment & Resilience

Build a sustainable and resilient region through relationship-building, resource prioritization, and projects that improve the efficiency and sustainability of community design and services.


Work directly with local governments, community organizations, and developers to preserve, improve, and build quality, affordable housing, and structure a regional housing approach that embraces the
continuum of housing needs – from homelessness to homeownership.

Learn more about available housing resources

Member Support & Strategy

A comprehensive array of strategic and technical services to help member governments address evolving public sector workplaces, and make data-driven, strategic decisions amidst an ever-changing region.

Mobility & Transportation

Technical support and guidance on long-term, large-scale, and community-specific plans while stressing an
approach that considers investment impacts in the broader community context of growth, economic development, sustainability, and housing availability.