DURHAM, Dec. 8, 2020 - In the Triangle region, comprised of Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Lee, Moore, Orange and Wake counties, building a strong, resilient, and inclusive economy requires the combined effort of many. A new Triangle J Council of Governments (TJCOG) plan,...Read more

Applications are now being accepted for the Triangle J Council of Governments' (TJCOG) Regional Innovation Academy. This program is the first–of–its kind in the country, and it aims to offer local government leaders from communities of every size the opportunity to develop new skills, collaborate...Read more

The Triangle J Council of Governments (TJCOG) is pleased to announce Emily Barrett as the organization’s Water Resources and Resilience Principal Planner.

Barrett has extensive experience working in the region in the public and private sectors, most recently as the...Read more


On August 7th, 2020, TJCOG Executive Director Lee Worsley sent a formal letter to the region's United States Senators and Representatives stating the organization's opposition to the condensed census operations timeline released by the U.S Census Bureau that would end all data collection on...Read more

Growth Highlighted as Key Reason for New Membership June, 2020 - The fiscal year for Triangle J Council of Governments (TJCOG) came to a close with an exciting addition, the organization's 44th member government. At the May Board of Delegates meeting, delegates unanimously voted to approve the Town...Read more