Public Involvement Meeting

Please join us Wedneday, July 15 from 12 - 2 PM for a public involvement meeting to obtain public comments on the FY 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Air Quality Conformity Determination and Amended 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Capacity Project Listing.

Anyone requiring special accommodations should contact Cissy Edwards Crowe at RPCGB (205-251-8139) at least one week in advance.

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Transportation Planning

The Commission's Transportation Department provides local governments a full range of planning services for all modes of transportation. Through the Birmingham Metropolitan Planning Organization the Commission coordinates the Long Range Transportation Plan and the Transportation Improvement Program.

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Revolving Loan Fund

The RPCGB operates a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) that provides financing for expanding and new businesses in Blount, Chilton, St. Clair, Shelby and Walker Counties. Advantages of the RLF include flexible terms, low fixed interest rates and up to 90% financing. This loan is perfect for businesses recently affected by the tornado disaster.

Find out more on the Revolving Loan Fund page.

Community Planning

The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham's Community Planning Department provides community planning services for the Member Governments of Blount, Chilton, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair and Walker Counties. The Community Planning Department seeks to develop viable places by promoting integrated approaches to planning for the betterment of the communities the RPCGB serves.

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Medicaid Waiver Program

The RPCGB is now administering the Elderly and Disabled Medicaid Waiver Program and the 530 Waiver Program. These programs allows individuals that are at risk of nursing home placement to remain in their home as long as possible. Click here to find out more about each program and the services. Click here to find out more about the program's services.

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What is the RPCGB?

The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham (RPCGB) provides planning services, economic development services and multiple initiatives for six counties and 84 communities throughout central Alabama.

RPCGB works through a consultation process with local governments, citizens, non-profits and the private sector in Blount, Chilton, Jefferson, St. Clair, Shelby and Walker counties. It is through this process that opportunities and cost effective solutions are identified to assure physical and economic growth for everyone.

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Thrive BHM to host kickoff event Thursday night at Birmingham Museum of Art, Friday, Jul 24, 2015 — The City of Birmingham, the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham, and consultant Town Planning & Urban Design Collaborative LLC are working together on a new project that will focus on redevelopment in Birmingham neighborhoods. The initiative, known as... Read More »

What's next for Birmingham revitalization? Learn about city's future at Thrive BHM event, Friday, Jul 24, 2015 — What does Birmingham's future look like? How are the city's neighborhoods being revitalized? What area will developers focus on next? Residents can get answers to those questions and become a part of the conversation about the city's future at... Read More »

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Upcoming Events

  • August 12, 2015

    Joint Finance and Program Budget Meeting
    9:00 am 12th Floor Conf. Room A

  • August 12, 2015

    MPO Policy Committee
    RPCGB 3rd Floor Conference Room Suite 310 Cancelled

  • August 19, 2015

    Transportation Citizens Committee
    RPCGB 3rd Floor Conference Room Suite 310

  • August 19, 2015

    Board of Directors Meeting
    RPCGB 3rd Floor Conference Room Suite 310

  • August 26, 2015

    Transportation Technical Committee
    RPCGB 3rd Floor Conference Room Suite 310

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What does Birmingham's future look like? How are the city's neighborhoods being revitalized? What area will developers focus on next? Residents can get answers to those questions and become a part of the conversation about the city's future at... Continue reading »