Request for Qualifications (RFQ): Town of Springfield Brownfields Assessment Program due 8/30
The SWCRPC is currently seeking Environmental Consultants for the Town of Springfield to conduct assessment and remediation of brownfield sites in the town. The consultants will be pre-qualified to a short list of 5-7 firms from which work will be distributed. The deadline for submittal of statements of qualifications is Thursday, August 30th at 3:00p.m. Click here to review.
September 4, 2018 Public Hearing on Regional Energy Plan
The Vermont Department of Public Service invites the public to a hearing on Sept. 4, 2018 at 6 PM in Martin Memorial Hall to provide input on the Southern Windsor County’s Regional Plan and Regional Energy Plan. The plans are available for review on the Department’s website. The Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission is seeking a certification from the Department that the plans comply with energy planning requirements set forth in statute.
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Invitation to Bid – Horseshoe Acres Campground Flood Resiliency Improvements in Andover, VT – Due 8/10
The SWCRPC invites qualified firms to submit project bids for the removal of a defunct poured concrete stream crossing structure and the removal of a 35 foot earthen berm. An optional pre-bid site visit will be held on site on July 30 at 1 PM ET. Sealed bids are due to the SWCRPC on August 10 by 4 PM ET. Click here for RFP and Earthwork RFP Addendum1
2018 Clean Water Week – July 29th – August 4th
We invite you to join us in celebrating Vermont’s lakes, rivers, and wetlands, and the tremendous efforts of businesses, farms, communities, and organizations to protect and restore clean water. For more information, click here
June RPC Newsletter!
Our June newsletter is here and includes grant opportunities, weather safety at public events, information about the Regional Energy Plan, an introduction to our newest staff member, and much more!
Energy “Best Practices”
Check out http://swcrpc.org/grants/ for more information about programs such as Better Roads, Ecosystem Restoration, and the pilot Grants In Aid Program.
West Windsor Dam Project
In the winter of 2017 SWCRPC, with several partners, completed a project to remove a mill dam to improve flood resiliency in West Windsor. For more information about the project, or to discuss removal of an unwanted dam on your property, contact Chris Yurek or Cindy Ingersoll.