Welcome to the Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization Website
The Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization (SVMPO) is the designated transportation organization for the southeastern Cochise County region, in Arizona. We are a policy and planning agency serving the City of Sierra Vista, the Town of Huachuca City and portions of urbanizing Cochise County, in partnership with the Arizona Department of Transportation. We share information and build consensus among our three-member jurisdictions on regional transportation programs, plans and projects.
This website provides you with information about our agency and the programs, plans and projects we are working on to improve your regional transportation system.
Travel safe on your journey!
August 6, 2021
Final Draft Plans for both of the SVMPO regional planning efforts: the Short-Range Transit Plan and the Long-Range Transportation Plan, have been posted for review and comment! Both plans, which have been underway and draft chapters posted on this website over the last year, will be considered by the SVMPO Board for adoption at their regular meeting on August 25th. Area residents and business owners are encouraged to submit their questions, concerns and ideas on the SVMPO Contact Us link.
June 24, 2021
The five-year 2022-2026 Transportation Improvement Plan, known as the TIP, has now been adopted by the SVMPO Board. There are no new construction projects in this year’s TIP; however, additional American Rescue Act Plan funds provided zero match for several needed transit improvements. You may view the completed TIP here.
April 15, 2021
Preliminary draft sections for both of the SVMPO regional plans currently underway, the Short-Range Transit Plan and the Long-Range Transportation Plan, have been posted for review and comment! Area residents and business owners are encouraged to submit their questions, concerns and ideas on the SVMPO Contact Us link. The Transit Plan may be considered for SVMPO Board adoption on June 24th and the Long-Range Transportation Plan will be reviewed by the SVMPO Board on August 26. Public comments will be collected, and considered, throughout the planning process.