It is the desire of TRRC to have a clear and direct path for the growth, sustainability, and prosperity of the ten‐county service area. As the TRRC Regional Plan is deemed to be a significant tool to that end, our member governments are encouraged to utilize the Three Rivers Regional Plan in their decision making processes for the good our citizens and our region.
Regionally Important Resources
The Three Rivers Regional Commission (TRRC) created a Regionally Important Resources (RIR) plan to serve as a guide that identifies regionally important natural or historic resources within the ten-county Three Rivers Region. The plan also provides implementation strategies for the protection and management of these resources. Regionally Important Resources (RIR) are those determined to be of value to the region and thus the state, and vulnerable to the effects of uncontrolled or incompatible development.
Hence, this plan seeks to lay a foundation for the enhancement of local, regional, and state coordination efforts to preserve our most precious natural, cultural and heritage resources.
The Three Rivers Regional Commission Regionally Important Resources Plan consists of three primary categories: Water, Conservation and Cultural/Heritage Resources.
Click here to view the TRRC’s Regionally Important Resources plan.