Our Towns

The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG) planning region is comprised of nineteen (19) cities and towns listed below. Click on a city or town name to learn about NVCOG’s...

Annual Reports

FY 2020 NVCOG Audit ReportJanuary 23, 2021Audited financial statements, supplementary information, federal and state single audit reports for the year ended June 30, 2020 FY 2019 NVCOG Audit ReportJanuary 10,...

Draft 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program Released

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Draft 2015-2018 Transportation Improvment Program ReleasedCOGCNV has released a draft of its 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for public comment. The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year funding schedule of…

9/30/2021 Legal Exhibits

NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS, SAVE THE SOUND, AND NAUGATUCK RIVER REVIVAL GROUP’S MOTION OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, COMPLAINT TO REVOKE THE KINNEYTOWN EXEMPTION COM-01: CTDEP, Plan for the Restoration...

Censo del 2020

El censo 2020 de un vistazoUna vez cada diez años, el gobierno federal lleva a cabo un censo de toda la población a contar todos en los Estados Unidos y...

2021-24 Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP)

The Central Naugatuck Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Organization have updated the Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP) for their respective planning regions.The TIP lists all...

Regional Recreation Guide now available online!

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NVCOG received a grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation to create an online application that allows the public to easily find places in the Naugatuck Valley region where they can…