The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) is a public agency with representatives from twenty-two towns, cities and boroughs formed to provide a basis for intergovernmental cooperation in dealing with a wide range of issues facing Southeastern Connecticut. The Council was organized in October of 1992, taking over the mission of the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Planning Agency (SCRPA), which had been existence since January 1961.


For more information on each town, click on the town name above.


Current SCCOG News


The SCCOG Executive Committee will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, April 10th, at 10:30am, at the SCCOG office, for the purpose of reviewing and considering applications for LOTCIP funding.
The Route 11 Greenway Authority Commission will hold a meeting on Friday, April 28th, at 10:00am, at the SCCOG office.
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  • Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments held its first Joint Land Use Study meeting on March 29th, in Groton, CT. The video of this public meeting can be viewed here:


    A public hearing on the Draft Regional Plan of Conservation and Development will be held on Monday, April 3rd at 7:30 pm at the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments,
    5 Connecticut Avenue, Norwich, CT.

    A copy of the draft plan can be found here:
    Draft Regional Plan of Conservation and Development

    Background Information on the Plan


    The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments requests proposals from qualified firms for auditing services. Submissions must be received in the office by April 21, 2017. An RFP may be found at this link.

    SUBASE New London, Town of Groton, City of Groton, Ledyard, Waterford, Montville, New London, and the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) are working together to conduct the SUBASE New London Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), a 12-month cooperative land use planning effort between local government and military installations. The aim of the JLUS is to ensure lasting compatibility of military installations and the neighboring communities. To learn more visit the JLUS Website