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Member LACRPC Jurisdictions:
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Shawnee  

Township

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Perry

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The member jurisdictions below do not have webpages; click on the desired jurisdiction for contact information.

   Auglaize Township

   Bath Township

   Jackson Township

   Marion Township   

   Monroe Township

   Richland Township

   Spencer Township

   Sugar Creek Township

   Village of Beaverdam

   Village of Cairo

     

 

  

130 West North Street
Lima, Ohio 45801-4311
Phone: (419) 228-1836
Fax: (419) 228-3891
 

Committees

The Lima-Allen County Regional Planning Commission is a voluntary association of delegates representing local political subdivisions and participating jurisdictions, who in turn represent state and local governments, as well as non-governmental organizations interested in understanding and addressing the needs of the region.  The Commission serves as a forum for the discussion and sharing of ideas and information about issues which may affect several communities as well as regional issues which cross over political boundaries into adjacent communities. 

A plethera of committees meet regularly to discuss relevant issues to the community.  Through these committees, the Commission serves in an advisory capacity to community decision makers who have come to rely on data, analyses, and planning recommendations provided by the Commission.  The committee structure reflects the scope of the Planning Commission's responsibilities and commitment to the local community as well as the region, including such issues as transportation planning, transit, frieght movement, land use, zoning, flood plain management, and local subdivision regulation - to name a few.

The transportation responsibilities of the  Commission are predicated on a federally predetermined committee structure which includes the Transportation Coordinating Committee (TCC), the policy committee, and a Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC), a technical advisory committee.  The TCC is comprised primarily of local elected officials who meet on a regular basis in order to determine transportation needs and improvement schedules.  The TAC, which reports to the TCC, is comprised of both private and public sector transportation professionals. Together these two committees review and provide technical assistance and make recommendations on transportation and transit related projects and programs planned for the region.