Stay Involved

Public Participation is an integral part of the planning process. At FAMPO, we believe that the best decisions are made with a fully-informed and involved public, and your opinion makes a difference on vital transportation and planning issues in the region. Through a constructive dialogue, planners, decision-makers and the public can share their opinions and mutually shape a vision for our region. Your input is important, and it’s how elected officials get an understanding of our region’s needs.

There are many ways that you can get involved and make a difference. It all depends on your time and interest!

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Committee Meetings

Attend the Policy Committee, FAMPO Technical Committee, and Transportation Advisory Group meetings, where transportation studies and issues are discussed in greater detail. These meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. Comment informally at meetings during the Public Comment portion of the meeting. View meeting the calendar to see when the meetings are held, and review the agenda and summaries from the meetings.

Public Comment Periods

Comment formally about adoption or amendments to a transportation plan or program. Submit comments in writing through mail, email, or fax during formal public comment periods. The comment periods are advertised on our website, newspaper advertisements and email notices. Visit the Public Notices & Hearings webpage for announcements.

Public Hearings

Make a formal statement during the Policy Committee meetings.

Public Meetings/Workshops

Make an effort to attend public meetings/workshops that focus on a topic or location of interest to you. For all its planning studies and plans, FAMPO holds public meetings to give you an opportunity to give suggestions, ask questions, and learn more about the study. These sessions are publicized in the local media, throughout the specific study area, our website, email notices and often on local jurisdiction websites.


Continue visiting the FAMPO website for up-to-date information on all of our transportation planning activities.

How can you raise awareness about issues of regional importance?

  • Bring issues up at homeowner or neighborhood association meetings.
  • Ask a transportation official to speak at your service club, community organization, school or other civic organizations.
  • Tell friends and family about upcoming meetings and urge them to attend.
  • Teach your children about the importance of these issues.