Pioneer Valley citizens will have the opportunity to celebrate bicycling during Bay State Bike Week, May 10-18.
May 7, 2014--The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission has just launched a new, improved website especially designed to make it easier and more engaging for different categories of users to search, explore, and connect with PVPC staff and the commission’s diverse areas of work.
Palmer residents are invited to comment on town goals for open space and recreation.
West Springfield residents are invited to comment on recommended improvements and concepts for the Merrick and Memorial neighborhoods.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission will hold its 52nd annual meeting Thursday, June 19 at the Judd Gymnasia at Springfield College. Guest speaker will be national public health, planning, and transportation consultant Mark Fenton. Look for your invitation and more information in May!
March 24, 2014--Dillon Sussman of Florence has joined the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission as a Senior Planner. Sussman holds a Master of Arts degree in Landscape Design and Planning from the Conway School of Landscape Design.
March 24, 2014--Wilbraham residents are invited to provide comments on a draft hazard mitigation plan Thursday, March 27, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room, 240 Springfield Street. The draft plan was produced by the Town, along with Pioneer Valley Planning Commission.
March 20, 2014--The Lampson Brook Farm area of Belchertown will be the focus of upcoming efforts to identify ways that the former Belchertown State School (BSS) farm may contribute to local food security, as well as open space and park access needs that will benefit the entire community.
March 19, 2014—A new website, www.pioneervalleydata.org, has been launched to provide key regional economic, planning, and workforce data through a publicly accessible portal.
February 19, 2014--From support for community gardens, to sharing information about increasing school purchases of local food, to holding “soak up the rain” workshops for better stormwater management, to helping towns adopt new solar energy regulations, actions to implement the Pioneer Valley’s r