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Achieving regional progress means working together to find creative solutions. 

The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission's professional staff of planners specializes in community development, economic development, environment and land use, regional information and policy, transportation and transit, historic preservation, municipal services, graphics and mapping, and Geographic Information System services. Under these broad areas, we provide an ever-expanding menu of services tailored to immediate local and regional needs with an eye toward the longer term and the larger context. Our approach is grounded in solid research and analysis applied in flexible and interdisciplinary fashion.  

Contact our staff and find out how PVPC can work with you.

Current Projects

NOAA Aerial Hurricane

Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) 

PVPC helping to build Climate Resilience 

PVPC was awarded a grant from the MA Office of Technical Assistance and Technology (OTA) and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to sponsor two workshops designed to educate city officials, community planners, emergency professionals, Regional and Local Emergency Planning Committees (R/LEPCs), municipal users, and businesses about the hazardous chemicals stored, used and transported through their communities. 

Rural Economic Development Director
Hilltown Collaborative
Community Compact Cabinet Program
MA Efficiency & Regionalization Grant

The 2018 to 2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  The TIP is a five-year fiscally constrained schedule of priority highway, bridge, transit, and multimodal projects identified by year and location complete with funding source and cost

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The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) collects daily traffic count information at sample locations across the 43 cities and towns in Hampden and Hampshire Counties under contract with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)MassDOT requests specific traffic count locations each year as part of PVPC’s3C contract.

The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission is the Mass in Motion Coordinator for Palmer and West Springfield, working with inter-disciplinary Wellness Leadership teams in both communities to promote healthy behavior,  increase access to healthy food, and move the communities toward a health-in-all-policies approach through modifications to both the regulatory and built environment.  

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