SC Appalachian Council of Governments

Serving 6 Counties and 42 Municipalities since 1965
• Anderson • Cherokee • Greenville • Oconee • Pickens • Spartanburg •

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Latest News

The Planning Division recently conducted an important economic development study for the grass-roots visioning group, Cherokee 2020, the County Development Board, and the Chamber of Commerce.  Called the Cherokee County Business Retention and Expansion Study (BRE),  [...Read More ]

The ACOG 2013 Annual Report has been released.  Click here (PDF-format)

The FY12 Certified Audit 
is available.  Click here

The SC Department of Commerce has released the 2014 ARC State Strategy Statement.  Click Here

About the ACOG

The Appalachian Council of Governments (ACOG) is a voluntary organization of local governments in the Northwest corner of South Carolina, serving a region that includes the counties of Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg.

Since its formation in 1965, the Council has served the dual mission of tackling issues of regional significance and providing services to local governments. Economic and community development, transportation, infrastructure development, resource management, aging services, and workforce development are all issues of regional importance in which ACOG takes an active role. At the local level, the agency’s services include general administration, technical assistance, training, planning, grantsmanship, and information/mapping services.

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