Environment & Development

Working together with over 230 member governments including 16 counties, numerous cities, school districts, and special districts, the Environment & Development department guides and promotes collaboration among public entities to progressively address common environmental issues and development challenges facing them due to our region’s rapid growth and urbanization.

To accomplish our goals, E&D has six strategic initiatives for Sustainable Environmental Excellence: Materials Management, Natural Resources, Public Works, Regional Codes, Watershed Management, and Development Excellence.

Committees

Committees

Meeting agendas, summaries, and presentations from all of our coordinating committees

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Events

Events

Register for upcoming events, workshops, and training opportunities.

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Materials Management

Materials Management

Regional Solid Waste and Recycling Program, Materials Management Grants, Closed Landfill Inventory, Illegal Dumping

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Natural Resources

Natural Resources

Water Resources, Watershed Planning, Energy Efficiency, Regional Ecosystem Framework.

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Public Works

Public Works

Construction Standards, Sustainable Public Rights of Way, Annual Public Works Roundup, Public Works Training, Community Development Block Grant

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Regional Building Codes

Regional Building Codes

Building and Residential, Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical, Fire, Energy and Green

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Watershed Management

Watershed Management

Trinity COMMON VISION and Corridor Development Certificate Process, Regional Stormwater Program

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Development Excellence

Development Excellence

Center of Development Excellence, Vision North Texas, CLIDE Awards, North Central Texas Stewardship Forum

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Staff Directory

Staff Directory

Environment & Development staff contact information

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Publications

Publications

Outreach materials produced by NCTCOG available for download and/or purchase

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Mail

Mail

Sign up to recieve emails from NCTCOG Environment & Development relating to our committees and programs.

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