The City of Springfield and PVPC have partnered together to apply for the HUD National Resiliency Disaster Competition that has the possibility of bringing grant funds in an amount ranging from $500,000 to $500 Million to Sp
Meetings of the PVPC (regular business meetings) and the PVPC Executive Committee have been slated for the first half of calendar year 2015.
Welcome to the Town of Ware’s Community Development Program web page! The Town received funding through a regional FY2016 Community Development Block Grant for $800,000.
Welcome to the Town of Hardwick’s Community Development Program web page! The Town recently received funding through a FY2016 Community Development Block Grant for $796,836.
PVPC's Priority Areas for Development & Protection map is available for download and review.
This draft of the Town of Tolland Hazard Mitigation Plan was completed to help the Town of Tolland assess the risks faced from natural hazards, identify action steps that can be taken to prevent damage to property and loss of life, and prioritize funding for mitigation efforts.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission is currently soliciting written requests from its 43 member communities that may wish to apply for no cost technical assistance from eligible planning and/or regional shared-service projects that are consistent with the most rec
The Fall 2014 Regional Reporter is now available, highlighting an update on medical marijuana, a community garden, a community health survey, and much more.
A product of LiveWell Springfield, PVPC produced a data atlas examining the health and well being of the people in Springfield, MA.
The session will focus on site plan review with trainer Wayne Feiden, FAICP, City of Northampton.