Local air quality efforts in 2015 and 2016 could be the last chance for the region to reduce emissions and ozone levels before U.S. Environmental Protection Agency uses new, lower standards as the basis of its nonattainment designation process.
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Round Rock Police Department will host and run a Capital Area Council of Governments Regional Law Enforcement Academy’s fully-sponsored cadet basic peace officer course.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s award of more than $7.7 million in grants to vehicle and non-road equipment owners in the Austin area is a great win for regional air quality.
Between now and August, the Capital Area Council of Governments Regional Law Enforcement Academy will offer numerous courses so area officers can earn continuing education hours and keep their certificates before the TCOLE training cycle ends.
Central Texas local governments will be represented on an important U.S. Environmental Protection Agency policy advisory committee.
The Capital Area Council of Governments Executive Committee and Emergency Communication District Board of Managers have recognized the dedication of the more than 600 public safety telecommunicators in the 10-county region.
The Criminal Justice Advisory Committee will rank all Governor's Office Criminal Justice Division grant applications that were submitted from organizations within the Capital Area Council of Governments 10-county region. CJAC will conduct the ranking based on the Criminal Justice Division's state priorities.
Discover local resources, learn new skills and connect with other caregivers and aging experts at this free conference for family caregivers presented by CAPCOG's Area Agency on Aging, Austin Senior Resource Alliance and Cummings Realty Associates.
Hear about issues affecting older adults in the 10-county capital area during this quarterly meeting at CAPCOG Area Agency on Aging's Austin office.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Homeland Security Task Force, which meets the first Thursday of every month, will meet to discuss regional Homeland Security initiatives.
The Capital Area Emergency Communications District's Strategic Advisory Committee will meet to assist in planning and reviewing policies and infrastructure for operating emergency communications.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Executive Committee, which convenes the second Wednesday of each month, will meet to hear staff updates and review or approve selected agency business.