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Public Comment Open! CEDS Plan Update 2020-2025
The East Central Vermont Economic Development District (ECVEDD) is currently revising its Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The ECVEDD Board will consider adoption of the plan in late June 2020. Public comment is welcomed on the draft plan (ECVEDD 20-25 CEDS Draft Plan) through Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Hard copies are available from SWCRPC, by appointment only, with at least 48 hours advance notice. Comments, hard copy requests, and other questions may be submitted to Allison Hopkins of SWCRPC at 802.674.9201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the plan development process, outreach efforts and EVCEDD, please visit: ECVEDD CEDS Updates
SWCRPC Receives Community-wide Brownfields Assessment Grant from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
The Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission (SWCRPC) is the proud recipient of a $300,000 Community-wide Brownfields Assessment Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. As one of only two FY2020 recipients in Vermont, this funding will provide a substantial boost in our ability to offer much needed assessment of Brownfield sites in our region. The SWCRPC has several active sites right now that have captured the interest of private developers, local non-profits and municipalities for cleanup and reuse.
The SWCRPC Has Office Space for Rent!
For additional information or to arrange a viewing, contact us at 802-674-9201 and ask to speak with Chris Titus.
What’s Your Housing Story?
Take the Keys to the Valley public opinion survey and share your story.
Have you or someone you know been affected by the limited supply or high cost of homes in the region? Did you grow up here? Do you have concerns about new housing? Did you move for a job, family, school, or adventure? Are you living with roommates, friends, or other relatives? Are you renting an apartment, telecommuting, looking to move, or happy with your neighborhood? Has it been difficult to find a place to call home? Are you worried about how more development would affect you? Your responses to the Keys to the Valley Initiative survey will provide a deeper understanding of what kind of homes are needed for those who want to move here, return here and stay here. To learn more and take the public opinion survey, go to www.keystothevalley.com or visit the project’s Facebook page.
The Keys to the Valley Initiative is a collaboration between the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission, Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission, and Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission (Tri-Commissions). The project seeks to better understand the need for homes in our 67-town region and to find solutions to the housing challenges that our communities and residents face.