Eight counties | 36 cities | one region

a voluntary council of local governments
serving the missouri meramec area.

Opioid Affected Youth Initiative 2019 - 2022 Strategic plan for Missouri's Meramec Region

OAYI 2019-2022 Strategic Plan

Substance Use Community Needs Assessment

Substance Use Community Needs Assessment For Crawford, Dent, Maries, and Phelps Counties

Ceds 2023 Covid pandemic update (revision to the CEDS 2018)

CEDS 2023 Pandemic update

Public Transit – Human services transportation coordination plan

Public Transit Plan 2023

Meramec Region Entrepreneur assessment

Meramec Regional Planning Commission Entrepreneur Assessment

Floodplain Housing Study – Cities of Chamois, Hermann, Newburg, Steelville, Waynesville

Final CDBG Disaster Recovery Program Floodplain Housing Study

Active Living Community Plans

Belle Active Living Community of Practice Plan – September 2023

Bland Active Living Community of Practice Plan – September 2023

Rosebud Active Living Community of Practice Plan – September 2023

Feasibility Study for the National Museum of Indian Removal

Feasibility Study for the National Museum of Indian Removal in St. James

Regional Transportation Plan

Regional Transportation Plan

Emergency Notification Platform survey

Emergency Notification Platform Survey

Vulnerable Population Study for St. James

Vulnerable Population Study

Study to Determine the Feasibility of Shared Wastewater treatment resources in the Meramec Region

604b WWTF Study

active transportation Plans

Salem Active Transportation Plan – December 2022

Potosi Active Transportation Plan – September 2023

City Strategic Plans

Belle Strategic Plan June 2023

Bourbon Strategic Plan 2021

Crocker Strategic Plan June 2023

Potosi Strategic Plan June 2023

Steelville Strategic Plan June 2023



Hazard Mitigation Plans by County:

While most emergency situations are handled locally, when there’s a major incident help may be needed from other jurisdictions, the state, and the federal government. NIMS was developed so responders from different jurisdictions and disciplines can work together better to respond to natural disasters and emergencies, including acts of terrorism. NIMS benefits include a unified approach to incident management; standard command and management structures; and emphasis on preparedness, mutual aid, and resource management.
Title VI Program

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