The Town of Chesterfield’s Hazard Mitigation Plan was completed to help the Town 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 Town of Brimfield’s Hazard Mitigation Plan was completed to help the Town 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.
Draft update of the Monson Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan as of winter 2015/2016. Comments are welcome from Monson residents, officials, or residents and officials from surrounding communities. Please send comments/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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PVPC staff are assisting the Reading Success by 4th Grade campaign in producing a Summer Program Guide that will provide families with a comprehensive list of summer opportunities available to children and youth in Springfield.
Draft Amherst Hazard Mitigation Plan Update - March 2016. Residents of Amherst and surrounding communities (such as Pelham, Hadley, Belchertown, Granby, South Hadley) are invited to send questions, comments and input to email@example.com by March 25, 2016.
This is an update of Westhampton's 2009 plan. The draft plan is here for review in advance of the public meeting on Wednesday, March 16, at Westhampton Town Hall, 1 South Road.
PVPC is collaborating with the City of Springfield to improve health and well-being of residents and visitors alike via a pilot wayfinding initiative in the City's Downtown/Metro Center neighborhood. Funding for this initiative comes from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
PVPC worked with the Franklin Regional Council of Governments and advisory committees in Hampshire and Franklin Counties to update to the original 1998 Connecticut River Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan. This project was supported with grant funding from the National Scenic Byway program.
ValleyBike may be coming to a city or town center near you soon, offering a new way to commute by bicycle to destinations in the region without using your car.