Public Comment-Public Hearing
CAMPO Title VI Program, Public Participation Plan, and Language Assistance Plan
Public comments are invited on the updated Title VI Program. The Title VI Program includes the Public Participation Plan and Language Assistance Plan. The Federal Transit Administration requires recipients to report certain general information to determine compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Public comments will be accepted until the close of the public hearing on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. in Room #200, JohnG.ChristyMunicipalBuilding, 320 E. McCarty Street, Jefferson City, MO65101. At the hearing interested persons will have an opportunity to comment. If no substantive changes are made this will be the final notice and the Title VI Program will be adopted. The Board of Directors may adopt the Title VI Program at their meeting on February 19, 2020 as currently printed or amended, following the public hearing. Persons wishing to comment on the plan may appear at the public hearing or provide comments in advance. All comments received prior to or during the public hearing, including oral recordings, will be transcribed for inclusion in the plan. Oral comments may be recorded prior to the public hearing by contacting the Planning Division prior to the public hearing. Copies of the plan are available for inspection at the Missouri River Regional Library, City Clerk’s Office at the City of Jefferson, and on the CAMPO website at www.jeffersoncitymo.gov/campo. Notice of public hearing and a copy of the draft document has also been provided to the County Clerk’s office in Callaway County, County Clerk’s office in Cole County, City Clerk offices in the City of St. Martins, City of Holts Summit, City of Taos, Village of Wardsville, and OATS, Inc.
Draft CAMPO Title VI Program
Any comments or questions can be sent to CAMPO@jeffcitymo.org or you can contact us using the following:
Phone: (573) 634-6410
Fax: (573) 634-6457
c/o Department of Planning and Protective Services
City of Jefferson City Hall, John G. Christy Municipal Building
320 McCarty Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Individuals should contact the ADA Coordinator at 573. 634.6570 to request accommodations or alternative formats as required under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please allow three business days to process the request.
What is CAMPO?
CAMPO was formally established in March of 2003 and is the designated metropolitan planning organization for the Jefferson City, MO Urbanized Area. The CAMPO Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) has an estimated population of more than 77,000 and includes the jurisdictions of Holts Summit, Jefferson City, St. Martins, Taos, Wardsville, and portions of unincorporated, non-urbanized Cole and Callaway Counties.
Please see our brochure The boundary, based on US Census data, was created by the CAMPO Board of Directors and approved by the Governor. The most recent boundary was approved in 2013.
CAMPO core functions include:
- To establish and manage a fair and impartial setting for effective regional decision-making in the metropolitan planning area.
- Evaluate transportation alternatives, scaled to the size and complexity of the region, to the nature of its transportation issues, and to the realistically available options.
- Develop and update a Metropolitan Transportation Plan for the planning area covering a planning horizon of at least 20 years that fosters (1) mobility and access for people and goods, (2) efficient system performance and preservation, and (3) quality of life.
- Develop a Transportation Improvement Program based on the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and designed to serve the area’s goals, using spending, regulating, operating, management, and financial tools.
- Involve the general public and all the significantly affected sub-groups in the four essential functions listed above.
Specifically, CAMPO is responsible for long-range multimodal transportation planning including bicycle and pedestrian trails, routes, and greenways; public transit, and paratransit services; automobile and truck transportation, passenger and freight; trains, passenger and freight; and access and mobility.
For more information on the history and functions of CAMPO, please visit our FAQ web page. For more information on the transportation planning process, please refer to the Federal Highway Administration's Transportation Planning Process publication.
Go to our Meetings and Announcements page for information about upcoming meetings.
Previous CAMPO Technical Committee and the Board of Directors agenda, minutes, and packets are also available for review.
List of members for the Technical Committee and Board of Directors.