The Town of West Springfield is working with PVPC to create a Housing Production Plan. A Housing Production Plan (HPP) expresses a community’s proposed approach to assuring that there are enough homes at affordable prices an
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The Connecticut River Clean-Up Committee (CRCC) was formed nearly 30 years ago by the Hampden and Hampshire County communities of Agawam, Chicopee, Holyoke, Ludlow, Springfield, South Hadley, and West Springfield in partnership with the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission to address the 1.6 billion gallons of untreated wastewater flowing into the Connecticut River annually from our region’s legacy Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) infrastructure.
The Town of Hampden's Open Space and Recreation Plan was completed to help the Town meet the important needs of the citizens regarding open space and recreation.
PVPC worked with the City of Easthampton in 2014 to create a Housing Production Plan.
PVPC worked with the Town of Hatfield in 2016 to create a Housing Production Plan. The plan and planning process worked to assess the various needs for housing in the community and set forth an action plan to address those needs.
The Pelham Housing Needs Study is a report of the town of Pelham Community Preservation Committee (CPC). The report was prepared by a team comprised of Connie Kruger (Connie Kruger Planning and Housing Consultant), Jennifer Goldson( JM Goldson community preservation +planning) and Jayne Armingto
The PVPC completed Longmeadow’s Housing Needs Assessment and Action Plan.The town of Longmeadow funded this Housing Needs Assessment and Action Plan through Community Preservation Act funds to identify the specific unmet housing needs of Town residents and to develop action steps to meet these ne
The Town of Southampton along with the Towns of Blandford,Granville, and Montgomery jointly applied for a Community Development Fund II grant from the State of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development in late 2009 to further housing opportunities in their respective towns.
The Town of Montgomery along with the Towns of Blandford, Granville, and Southampton jointly applied for a Community Development Fund II grant from the State of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development in late 2009 to further housing opportunities in their respective towns.