CMR Council


It was created by Complementary Law n 870 of June 19, 2000, installed through Decree n 46057 of August 27, 2001 and had its internal regulation approved in November 27, 2001. It has deliberative and normative character, and it is composed by a representative of each municipality that integrates the CMR and by representatives of the State in the functional areas of common interests, what assures the parity of the decisions. The following functional areas can be considered of common interest of the Council:

  1. planning and use of soil;
  2. transport and regional road system;
  3. housing;
  4. basic sanitation;
  5. environment;
  6. economic development;
  7. social service.

The Council of Development has the following attributions :

  1. to specify the public services of common interest of the State and Municipalities in the regional unit, comprised by the functional areas referred to the article 7 of Complementary Law n 760 of August 1, 1994, and in article 10 of Complementary Law n 870, as well as, whenever it is the case, the corresponding stages or phases and their respective responsible parties;
  2. to approve objectives, goals, and priorities of regional interest, making them compatible with the objectives of the State and of the Municipalities that integrate it;
  3. to approve the terms of reference and the subsequent territorial plan elaborated by the respective region;
  4. to evaluate private or public plans, programs and projects, regarding the execution of works, enterprises, and activities that have regional impact;
  5. to timely approve and direct regional proposals regarding the pluriannual plan, the law of budgetary guidelines and the annual budgetary law;
  6. to make proposition about tax changes to the State and the municipalites with extrafiscal purposes necessary for the regional development;
  7. to communicate the federal agencies or entities that work in the regional unit, the deliberations concerning plans related with the services carried out by them;
  8. to elaborate its by-laws and promote the necessary amendments;
  9. To appreciate, propose, and deliberate about any topics of regional impact.


    1. The Council will try to make its deliberations compatible with the policies set by the Federal Government and the State for urban and regional development.
    2. The deliberations of the Council will be communicated to the member Municipalities of the regional unit and to the state authorities responsible for the public functions of common interest within a period of 15 (fifteen) days.
  10. to propose and discuss financial compensation criteria for the Metropolitan Municipalities which support the encumbrance arising from the execution of the public functions of common interest or the metropolitan public services;
  11. to constitute Theme Chambers for the public functions of common interest and Special Theme Chambers , focused on a specific program, project or activity, as sub-function among the public functions defined by the Collegiate, regulating its work;
  12. to indicate the members of the Council that will integrate the Council of Guidance to the Metropolitan Development Fund of Campinas;
  13. to invest the members of the Consulting and Guidance Councils of the Metropolitan Development Fund of Campinas;
  14. to choose, among its members, the President and the Vice-president, and to compose the Executive Secretariat;
  15. to propose, in a meeting of the Council of Development, a list with three names for each position of trust of the Executive Board of Directors of the Autarchy, created by article 18 of Complementary Law n. 870/2000, for appointment by the government of the State;
  16. to create a Commission of Regulation of Entities of the Civil Society, of six members, chosen among its peers, for the analysis of the accreditation of Civil Society entities, which could be part of the Advisory board;
  17. to analyse, in appealing level, appeals from Civil Society entities which did not have their accreditation approved by the Commission of Regulation of Entities of the Civil Society.