Welcome to the Green Hills Regional Planning Commission.
Green Hills Regional Planning Commission is one of nineteen organizations operating
as a sub-state planning and development agency serving the State of Missouri.
The Commission is organized as a voluntary association of local governments, and
retains a staff of professionals who work on projects intended to foster improved
quality of life throughout the 11 county "Green Hills" region.
- Public Notice of Rights Under Title VI
The Green Hills Regional Planning Commisison has filed a Title VI Plan with MoDOT's Transit Section.
Green Hills Regional Planning Commission (GHRPC) hereby
gives public notice assuring the compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, Executive Order 12898 on
Environmental Justice, and related statues and regulations in all programs and
Title VI state that no person in the United States of
America shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin, be
excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise
subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which the City
receives federal financial assistance.
Any person who believes they have been discriminated against
because of race, color, sex, or national origin, under Title VI has the right
to file a formal complaint with GHRPC. Any such complaint must be in writing
and filed with the GHRPC’s Title VI Coordinator within one hundred eighty (180)
days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence.
For more information, or to obtain a Title VI complaint
form, please call GHRPC at (660)359-3656, or visit GHRPC at 1104 Main, Trenton,
Mo 64683, or access the link on this page.
MISSOURI WATERS INITIATIVE
Missouri has been traditionally blessed
with abundant and diverse water resources like few other states in the nation.
The quality of life for each Missourian is closely tied to the health of our state’s
natural resources. Ensuring we are able to enjoy our Missouri waters today as
well as ensure the same for future generations is the essence of the Missouri
Department of Natural Resources’ mission. Creating a rich legacy for our state’s
waters can be a daunting task, which is why they simply can’t do it alone. Missouri’s
waters belong to all of us. Missouir DNR's "Our Missouri Waters" effort
brings together an engaged local citizenry and good science to provide the perfect
balance to create the best path forward to improve and maintain healthy waterways.
This initiative is not about regulation. The focus is on
sharing information and building the relationships and understandings necessary
to maintain healthy watersheds for future generations of Missourians. The goal
is to engage local residents in the identification of priorities and ideas for
solutions to issues within their watersheds, resulting in a plan that will help
guide local leadership and future planning for water quality and quantity in the
For more information on the Statewide "Our Missouri Waters"
watershed initiative please visit the MoDNR website here.
more information on the watersheds and planning efforts in the Green Hills Region,
Executive Director, Green Hills Regional Planning
Phone : 660-359-5636 ext. 11
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Lower Grand Watershed
The Green Hills Regional
Planning Commission is partnering with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources
to form a Watershed Advisory Committee for the Lower Grand Watershed. The majority
of the area of the watershed includes Putnam, Sullivan, Linn, Chariton, and Carroll
counties (Click here for
a map of the Lower Grand Watershed).
On November 12, 2015 an introductory
meeting about the creation of a healthy watershed plan for the Lower Grand Watershed
was held at the MU Research Farm in Linneus MO. This meeting was intended to be
informative and to begin to establish the foundations and relationships on which
a useful watershed plan will be based. The power point presentations can be viewed
by clicking the links below:
Lower Grand Watershed: The Purpose of this [introductory] Meeting
Grand Watershed 101
Fish in the Grand River Basin
On January 21, 2016 a second meeting
was held at the MU research farm in Linneus.
The packet that was provided
to attendees and the PowerPoint presentation they saw can be viewed by clicking
the links below:
presentation "Missouri Climate Trends"
Quality of Northern Missouri Streams
1 & 2 Recap
On March 14, 2016 a third meeting was held.
Stream Gauge and Streamflow Trends
Management in Today's Environment
Lower Grand River Healthy Watershed Plan
Lower Missouri -
Crooked River Watershed
The Green Hills Regional Planning Commission
is partnering with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Mid America Regional
Council, and Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission to form a Watershed Advisory
Committee for the Lower Missouri - Crooked River Watershed. The Lower Missouri
- Crooked River Watershed encompasses Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Chariton,
Clinton, Jackson, Lafayette, Ray, and Saline counties. Lower
Missouri - Crooked River Watershed Map
On December 10, 2015 the first
in a series of meeting was held at the Public Library in Carrollton, Missouri.
You may view the powerpoint that was shown at the
Another of these initial meetings was held on December 17th at City Hall in Lexington,
On January 12, 2016 the second meeting of the serieswas held
at the Carrollton Public Library. Meeting
On March 10, 2016 a third meeting was held. Meeting
The Watershed Advisory Committee held it's first meeting
on Februray 11, 2016. WAC
Meeting Packet #1
The Watershed Advisory Comittee held it's second
meeting on June 6, 2016. WAC
Meeting 2 Packet #1
For more information on the Lower Missouri - Crooked
River Watershed area in the Green Hills Region, contact:
Director, Green Hills Regional Planning Commission
Phone : 660-359-5636 ext.
Regional Watershed Coordinator
City Regional Office
- New Green Hills Rural Development Pamphlet
The GHRDI has designed a new pamphlet explaining it's role
in economic development and the services it offers. Download
your copy here.
January 1 (New Years Day )
January 15 (MLKJ Day)
February 19 (Presidents Day)
May 8 (Truman's Birthday observed)
May 28 (Memorial Day)
July 4 (Independance
September 3 (Labor Day)
October 8 (Columbus Day)
11 (Veterans Day)
November 22 & 23 (Thanksgiving)
December 24&25 (Christmas