Welcome to Boonslick Regional Planning Commission!

 

Invitation for Bids

The project calls for the construction of a new facility designed and built specifically for the Warren County Handicapped Services. The building is of approximately 4,900 square feet and will accommodate WCHS’ existing clients plus provide growth to expand for the next 15-20 years. Ample acreage is available to include parking for clients, staff, and visitors, plus green space to serve as a gardening and recreation area for the clients.  See invitation for bid for specific details:

Invitation for Bids – Warren County Handicapped Services

 

Missouri Job Center-Warrenton Staff Available by Phone at This Time 

At this time of social distancing in an effort to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, the Missouri Job Center of Warrenton is closed to the public.  Staff members are still working, however, and want to serve customers.  If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact them by calling (636) 456-9467.  Staff will do everything possible to answer your questions and address your needs by phone or email.

Information from the Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development

 Updates on COVID-19 in Warren County

Updates on COVID-19 in Lincoln County

Updates on COVID-19 in Montgomery County

Missouri’s Show Me Strong Recovery Plan

Missouri’s Show Me Strong Recovery Plan is based on four guiding principles.  Visit this website for guidelines, resources and frequently asked questions for businesses, communities and citizens as part of the strategic reopening of the economy.

 

Free Pesticide Collection August 1, 2020

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is holding a free pesticide collection for households and farmers on Saturday, August 1.  The event will take place at MFA Agri Services in Montgomery City, Missouri from 8:00 a.m. to noon.  See the flyer for details.

Pesticide Collection – August 1 – Montgomery City, Missouri

 

United States Census 2020

Responding to the census is important because it helps inform funding for key public services for your community like education programs and schools, hospitals and healthcare, roads and bridges, and emergency and disaster response.  The 2020 Census is more than a population count.  It’s an opportunity to shape your community’s future.  It’s not too late to respond!  Click the link above.

 

Disaster Recovery Jobs Program Flood Cleanup in Lincoln County

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission is administering a Disaster Recovery Jobs Program which will serve Lincoln, Montgomery, Pike, and Ralls counties.  Temporary jobs are available for debris removal and restoration of public infrastructure damaged in recent flooding.  Missouri Job Center-Warrenton staff members have been working to hire individuals who are eligible and interested in the positions.  For more information, please contact the Job Center at (636) 456-9467.  The photos below show work which is being done in Lincoln County:

 

2020 Census

With the upcoming 2020 Census, it is interesting to look back at how the population of Missouri has changed through the years.  Check out this link to information from the Missouri Census Data Center which shows a changing Missouri map.

Missouri Population Change 1810 – 2010

 

 

BRPC 50th Anniversary Page

 

Services

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission takes an active role in community and economic development issues. For further information on any of our services, or to send comments regarding this website, contact Executive Director Chad Eggen at (636) 456-3473 or ceggen@boonslick.org .

Boonslick Regional Planning Commission is an equal opportunity employer with equal opportunity programs.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  Missouri TTY Users can call (800) 735-2966 or dial 7-1-1.

Mission Statement

To improve the quality of life in the Boonslick Region (Lincoln, Montgomery & Warren counties) through community, economic and workforce development initiatives; conserving and protecting natural resources; protecting the citizens through emergency planning and preparedness activities; promoting efficiency in governmental programs through sound planning practices; and promoting collaborative approaches to regional challenges.

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