PVPC is seeking a Community & Stakeholder Outreach & Engagement consultant to assist with the design, plan, and implementation, evaluation, and refinement as necessary over time, of a community and stakeholder outreach/engagement plan, including conducting extensive outreach to the public and key stakeholders to solicit input and facilitate meaningful involvement in the City of Springfield Climate Action Resilience Plan development and implementation.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC), on behalf of Jacob’s Ladder Trail Scenic Byway, Inc., invites sealed Bids for the Blanche Barlow Acres Recreational Access Project in the town of Lee, Massachusetts. The project includes the demolition and removal of an existing vacant home and the construction of a new driveway and gravel parking area, installation of a retaining wall and guardrail, and the creation of a small picnic area.
On behalf of Agawam, Granby, Northampton, Longmeadow, Ludlow, South Hadley, Southwick, West Springfield, and Westfield ("Participating Municipalities" hereafter), the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC hereafter), through combined funding made available by Participating Municipalities, is seeking services from a qualified vendor with experience and expertise in design, construction, and operation of an integrated mobile data collection and mapping system that can easily integrate with EsriArcGIS for Desktop.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (“PVPC” hereafter) is seeking consultant services to help explore the possibility of a stormwater utility or fee in the Town of Agawam, including identifying major needs, priorities, and costs for the municipal stormwater program, and defining rate structure options. This project is funded in part through the MassDEP Section 319 competitive grant program, which is supported through federal funds from U.S. EPA.
PVPC invites responses from consultants for trail and trailhead design services, including 100% design plans for five separate areas along the Byway. Funding for this project is provided by the Federal Highway Administration’s Scenic Byways program through the Massachusetts Department ofTransportation. See full add for further description.