Northern Middlesex Council of Governments
Serving the communities of Greater Lowell Massachusetts.
Proposed 2014-2017 TIP Amendment 2 - now out for Public Comment
Greater Lowell CEDS Update for 2010-2013 - Now Available
Final Report of the Greater
Lowell RECC Implementation Study - Now Available
FFY 2013 Annual list of Obligated Funds in
the Northern Middlesex Region
Planning Study Website
Tewksbury Master Plan Website
NMCOG Newsletter: Regional Perspectives
Welcome to the Northern Middlesex Council of Governments (NMCOG) Website. Formed in 1963 by the enabling legislation of Chapter 40B of the Massachusetts General Laws, NMCOG is designated as one of thirteen Regional Planning Agencies (RPA) in the Commonwealth. NMCOG serves as a public agency governed by a policy board made up of local elected officials from the City of Lowell Massachusetts and eight surrounding towns including Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Pepperell, Tewksbury, Tyngsborough, and Westford. This region encompasses the Northern section of Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Our purpose is to provide comprehensive regional planning services to our member communities in such areas as transportation, economic development, land use, housing, geographic information system services, open space plans, and much more. Our goal is to study the Northern Middlesex region and make recommendations that will improve all aspects of life for our nine member communities.
NMCOG and the NMMPO fully comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. NMCOG and the NMMPO do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, English proficiency, income, religious creed, ancestry, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation, military service, or gender identity or expression. Any person who believes himself/herself or any specific class of persons have been subjected to discrimination prohibited by Title VI or related statutes or regulations may, himself/herself or via a representative, file a complaint with NMCOG or the NMMPO. Click here for more information.