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Celebrating 50 Years of Regional Solutions for the Brazos Valley!

The Brazos Valley Council of Governments (BVCOG) is a multi-purpose voluntary organization of, by and for local governments in the seven county Brazos Valley Region of Texas. The BVCOG serves over 315,000 citizens and covers an area of 5,109 square miles. This area, known and referred to as the Brazos Valley Region consists of seven counties, which are Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson and Washington.

“BVCOG prides itself on its 50 years of service to the seven county region.  Part of that service includes BVCOG operating as a clearing house for regional data and information.  As such any person, city, county or agency may make inquires to BVCOG for a wealth of information ranging from demographics, workforce and the labor market to planning for homeland security, 911, services for seniors, transportation or solid waste and recycling.   These are just a few of the areas that BVCOG continues to provide as a resource to the residents of all seven counties.

BVCOG is eager to respond to all requests. Recently, a request was made for workforce information by a committee in Brazos County investigating options of workforce training and higher education. BVCOG responded to those requests for data and information.  BVCOG takes no position on the nature or activity of the work of the committee.”

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It is our mission to benefit the citizens of the Brazos Valley Region by serving as the vehicle for their local governments to cooperatively identify needs, develop responses, implement solutions, eliminate duplication and promote the efficient and accountable use of public resources, and to improve quality of life.