The Iowa Northland Regional Council of Governments is a voluntary association of local governments established by state law serving the member jurisdictions in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy counties. As a service and planning organization, it is responsible for coordinating, assisting and facilitating programs in Community and Economic Development that will benefit all governmental bodies in the INRCOG region. Emphasis is placed on intergovernmental communication and cooperation, accessing of funds, and the need for continuing, comprehensive planning.


2014 Black Hawk County Metropolitan Area Trail Use Survey Report
A trail use survey was conducted as part of INRCOG's Waterloo/Cedar Falls Metropolitan Area Trail Count held the week of June 15, 2014. A report of the survey results is available here...

Community Planner Position
INRCOG has an opening for the position of Community Plannner. More...

Cedar Valley Coalition
The Cedar Valley Coalition's 2014 Briefing Book contains the project papers and policy issues that were discussed during the Coalition's trip to Washington, D.C. in March. Coalition representatives met with Congressional staffers, Senator Grassley, Congressman Braley and the Chief of Staff with Senator Harkin.
CVC Briefing Book:
Intro and Delegation
Transportation Priorities
Agriculture Priorities
Economic Development/Small Business Priorities
Education Priorities
Energy/Water, Housing, & Infrastructure Priorities

Iowa Highway 58 Corridor Improvement Study in Cedar Falls
INRCOG is assisting with a study of IA 58 between U.S. Highway 20 and Greenhill Road in Cedar Falls. This study will examine the needs along IA 58 and determine a preferred design layout to guide any future reconstruction. More...

The October - December 2014 COGConnection is available!

The Northeastern Exchange Newsletter - September 2014, a listing of materials from the Iowa Waste Exchange Program, is available!