We create and have access to a wide variety of historic and current studies, statistics, and plans on issues that affect our Region. Our resource library includes reference materials, manuals, and handbooks useful to officials in small towns and is open to the public. Materials can be reviewed by appointment, where a staff member can guide you to the right source you need. Some materials are also digital and can be forwarded upon request. Please call with any questions about information we may have.
Below are some of our more recent regional or multi-jurisdictional publications. Additional publications specific to particular subjects can be found under each Program page.
- 2013 Spring
- 2013 Winter
- 2012 Summer
- 2012 Spring
- 2012 Winter
- 2011 Summer
- 2011 Spring
- 2011 Winter
- 2010 Fall
- 2010 Spring
- 2010 Winter
Our technical bulletins are short overviews of some of our projects, programs and relevant planning topics. Let us know if there are any topics you would like us to cover in the future.
- Southern Windsor County Brownfield Reuse Project (May 2011)
- Southern Windsor County and the 2010 Census (July 2011)
- Sources of demographic, employment and housing data (July 2011)
- Vermont’s Complete Streets Law (September 2011)
2009 SWCRPC Regional Plan (and Regional Transportation Plan)
The Regional Plan, which follows the requirements and guidelines set forth in Vermont law, guides us in evaluating public and private actions affecting the Region’s communities and is the foundation for our annual work program. It also serves as the Region’s basic planning manual and can be used as a guide by member towns in the local planning process.
Regional Housing and Transportation Affordability Study
In 2012, SWCRPC completed a study which looked at how affordable it is to live in the region. In addition to looking at housing costs, the study also included estimated for transportation costs for the region’s residents.
- Technical Bulletin about the Housing and Transportation Affordability Study
- Short presentation on the study __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
VT 103 Corridor Management Plan: Chester and Rockingham
- Table of Contents
- Vision & Goals
- Existing Conditions
- Future Conditions
North Springfield Truck Study
Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for East Central Vermont
A Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is an economic development plan required by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (EDA) for areas to be eligible for planning and construction funds to improve their economies.