Welcome to the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia

We are a multi-county planning and development agency that serves municipal and county governments. The Coastal Regional Commission (CRC) serves 10 counties and 35 cities. The region encompasses the six coastal counties and four inland counties and has a total land area of over 5,110 square miles.

The CRC provides local and regional comprehensive planning services as well as specialized planning services in transportation, water resources, and historic preservation. The CRC also provides Geographic Information Services and Information Technology Services to our local governments. The CRC manages transportation services such as Coastal Regional Coaches and the Regional Vanpool Program. We also serve as the Economic Development District for Coastal Georgia and the Area Agency on Aging.

Green Infrastructure Guidelines

of Coastal Georgia

The Green Infrastructure Guidelines was funded through an Urban and Community Forestry grant awarded by the Southern Region, State and Private Forestry, U. S. Forest Service, and administered by the Georgia Forestry Commission. The services within this group are from the Green Infrastructure Guidelines document that was created with the following partners:


The Coastal Regional Commission (CRC) Area Agency on Aging (AAA) will conduct public meetings to provide an overview of Older Americans Act programs and services, and to seek input from the public on the development of the FY2012 – FY2015 Area Plan for senior citizen services.

Under contract with the Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Aging Services (DAS), the AAA provides home and community based services to seniors, those with disabilities, and their caregivers. These services include congregate and home delivered meals, information and assistance, Case Management, Medicare/Insurance counseling, access to public services, advocacy and legal assistance, in-home services, and respite care. The AAA serves Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long and McIntosh Counties.

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