The Town of Longmeadow'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.
PVPC worked with the Town of Williamsburg to resolve key questions related to municipality facilities master planning. This project advances one of Williamsburg's Community Compact best practices and was funded by District Local Technical Assistance.
The South Hadley Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is complete. The report charts a plan for short- and long-term improvements to South Hadley's hiking, biking and walking networks.
MassDOT is hosting the second public information meeting on the Interstate 91 (I-91) Viaduct Study.
As part of a recent awarding of funding from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Urban Waters Small Grant program, the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC), in partnership with the Holyoke Conservation Commission, Holyoke DPW, Holyoke Community College, and the Enchanted Circle Theater Group, will develop a plan to address stormwater runoff and combined sewer overflows (CSO) associated with Day Brook in the city.
At the next meeting Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) scheduled for February 28, 2017, the
The second volume of the Healthy Community Design Toolkit is now ready for download and use. This volume focuses on strategies that cities and towns can use to increase food access for their residents.
A draft of the final report for the South Hadley Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is available for review.
Continuing, Comprehensive, and Cooperative Planning Process
PVPC worked with the City of Holyoke to develop a bike network plan for the City's streets. The plan is currently in draft format and is being reviewed by city staff and the Holyoke bicycle and pedestrian committee. Download the plan below.