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Thank You to Our Partners


September 21, 2020

Last week the CNMI Office of Planning and Development (OPD), under the Office of the Governor, held virtual taskforce planning meetings with agency partners and taskforce members in order to update the public regarding ongoing planning and sustainability efforts throughout the Marianas. The meetings, which took place via Zoom and were live-streamed to the OPD Facebook page @cnmiopd670, were a chance for OPD to update the public on the status of the CNMI’s Comprehensive Sustainable Development Plan (CSDP) and three planning taskforces: the Built Environment Taskforce, Natural Resources Taskforce, and Socio-Economic/Disaster Risk Reduction Taskforce, and for taskforce members and stakeholders to provide their questions and feedback on plan components and supporting implementation efforts.

OPD would like to thank our partners who participated in presenting at these meetings and provided invaluable updates on their agency’s efforts to achieve sustainability:

  • CNMI Department of Commerce
  • Commonwealth Utilities Corporation
  • Department of Public Works
  • Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation
  • BECQ Division of Environmental Quality
  • BECQ Division of Coastal Resources Management
  • Marianas Visitors Authority
  • Northern Marianas Housing Corporation
  • DLNR Division of Fish and Wildlife
  • DLNR Division of Agriculture
  • Hazard Mitigation Grants Program
  • NOAA Office for Coastal Management

Recordings of the meetings will be made available to view on the OPD website, and are also currently available to watch on the OPD Facebook page. Meeting highlights and written summaries will also be made available as soon as possible.

Public comments are still being accepted via OPD’s online surveys and by emailing

Visioning Survey:

Guiding Values:

The draft visioning document and the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) can be found at Comments are due on the visioning document by October 1, 2020, and on the SCORP by no later than September 25, 2020. Please take this opportunity to make your voice heard and get involved in creating a #SustainableCNMI for all.