June 1, 2023 TAC MTG CANCELLED. SVMPO TAC MTG RESCHEDULED for June 15, 2023 at 12 Noon.

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.

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Regional News

  • Demographic Profile Updated in FY24 Title VI Plan

    April 7, 2023

    Each year, the SVMPO reviews the new Census data releases about population changes in the region.   Since last year, the SVMPO region has lost population, become slightly older, seen increases of those with mobility disabilities, and identified 5.4 percent of households with no vehicles available as a transportation option.  This APPROVED FY24 Title VI Report was adopted by the SVMPO Board on April 26, 2023.

  • DRAFT Two-Year Work Program for Review

    April 7, 2023

    Every two years the SVMPO works with their funding partners at FHWA, FTA and ADOT to develop a work program for planning activities for the next two fiscal years.  The SVMPO Work Program and Budget is a roadmap of the SVMPO Director to contract for professional services, to stage up the next study or project, to phase activities towards multi-year goals and to ensure that mandated timelines for regional plan updates are met. This update will be finalized for SVMPO Board consideration at their April 26, 2023 meeting.  Adoption is required by the end of June 2023 and takes effect July 1, 2023.

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