Southeast Idaho Council of Governments
The Southeast Idaho Council of Governments (SICOG) exists to connect the residents and communities of Southeast Idaho to public services and useful resources.
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Area-wide entry point to the aging network, dedicated to helping older adults maintain dignity, health, and independent living in their own homes for as long as possible. 

Offering cost-effective solutions to area-wide needs: community planning, program management and business assistance. Serving as a coordinating link between the city, county, state, federal, and other area-wide agencies.
Funds are available to loan in conjunction with bank financing to for-profit small businesses in the seven counties for the purpose of creating and retaining jobs, and to help business and industry in activities that promote economic health.

The Southeast Idaho Council of Governments (SICOG) services the following counties: Bingham, Power, Bannock, Caribou, Oneida, Franklin & Bear Lake.

History of Southeast Idaho Council of Governments

Formed in 1972 as a private non profit cooperative of the seven counties and thirty cities in southeast Idaho. Incorporated in 1976.

SICOG Board of Directors is comprised of a representative from each member city and county and other leaders of community organizations.

SICOG is the designated Economic Development District and Area Agency on Aging for southeast Idaho.

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