Champaign County Regional Planning Commission

All RPC locations are now open to the public, including our main office at the Brookens Administrative Center (1776 E. Washington Street in Urbana). We ask that all visitors wear a mask when visiting one of our locations. We continue to monitor CDC recommendations for wearing masks indoors and feel this requirement is the best way to ensure the health and safety of our staff and our community. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. Thank you for understanding and cooperation.

Visit our Emergency Rent Assistance page, which features many other COVID-19 resources.

RPC CEO Dalitso Sulamoyo Elected as New Chair of National Community Action Partnership

Sulamoyo will supervise and control all business and affairs of anti-poverty organization devoted to connecting Americans to greater opportunity.

RPC CEO Dalitso Sulamoyo Elected as New Chair of National Community Action Partnership

Champaign County Residents Can Begin Making Appointments for LIHEAP Energy Assistance on August 16

The RPC is also opening an additional office in Champaign for appointments to make the program more accessible and convenient for clients.

Champaign County Residents Can Begin Making Appointments for LIHEAP Energy Assistance on August 16

RPC’s Weatherization Program Accepting Applications for PY2022; Prioritizing Homes Occupied by the Elderly, the Disabled, and Children Five and Under

New ranking system will coincide with a 60-day application period for Champaign County residents to apply for Weatherization services.

RPC’s Weatherization Program Accepting Applications for PY2022; Prioritizing Homes Occupied by the Elderly, the Disabled, and Children Five and Under

Deadline to Apply to Be New Community Member on RPC Board Extended to September 7

Two-year term allows member of the public to represent and be a voice for the public.

Deadline to Apply to Be New Community Member on RPC Board Extended to September 7

RPC Expands Services and Resources for Residents Throughout East Central Illinois

The Community Services division fills two Program Manager positions while adding a new Assistant Director and a Justice Initiative Coordinator at the Youth Assessment Center.

RPC Expands Services and Resources for Residents Throughout East Central Illinois

New Assistant Director Brings Over 25 Years Total Experience in Early Childhood Education to Position with the RPC

In addition to her 14 years working with the RPC, Christy Martin was also once a parent with a child in Champaign County’s Head Start program.

New Assistant Director Brings Over 25 Years Total Experience in Early Childhood Education to Position with the RPC

Champaign County Residents Urged to Apply for Emergency Rent Assistance Before Eviction Moratorium Ends

Remaining funding expected to help between 900 and 1,200 households in Champaign County.

Champaign County Residents Urged to Apply for Emergency Rent Assistance Before Eviction Moratorium Ends

CSBG Scholarship Helping One Winner Focus on a Bright Future

A special group of students from Champaign County will receive a boost to their post-secondary study during the 2021-22 academic year. One of this year’s winners is excited for the scholarship to relieve some of the stress of loans and college debt for her and her family.

CSBG Scholarship Helping One Winner Focus on a Bright Future

RPC Conducting Community Needs Assessment; Asks for Public Feedback Over the Next Two Months

Online survey available to all Champaign County residents to help the RPC most effectively use its resources.

RPC Conducting Community Needs Assessment; Asks for Public Feedback Over the Next Two Months

Despite Pandemic, Homelessness in Champaign County Rises Only Minimally in 2021, While Emergency Shelter Availability Improves

Recent Point-in-Time count also sees fewer unsheltered homeless individuals, although resources for some remain scarce.

Despite Pandemic, Homelessness in Champaign County Rises Only Minimally in 2021, While Emergency Shelter Availability Improves