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 Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) offers Interim Town Administrator/Manager services in support of our regions Selectboards who experinece turnover in these positions.
he 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
The stretch of the Manhan River between the Tighe Carmody Reservoir and the Connecticut River is listed in the 2014 Massachusetts Integrated List of Impaired Waters as a Category 5 waterway impaired for E. coli contamination.
Grant Funding to allow Green Design Inclusion into Planned Road Reconstruction Projects
Through its District Local Technical Assistance (DLTA) program, PVPC worked with the Town of Hatfield to implement key recommendations out of their Housing Production Plan.
Shared Document Management System
Set-up & Implementation
A Municipal Shared Service Collaboration between the City of Northampton and the Towns of Williamsburg, Goshen, Chesterfield, Southampton, and Westhampton
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a requirement of the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process as described in the Metropolitan Planning Final Rule 23 CFR 450 section 324. This regulation developed by the
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Plan
District Local technical Assistance (DLTA) 2017
Burgy Revelation Day was a one-day event held on September 9, 2017 that featured demonstrations of four Williamsburg village center improvement projects: a new pocket park (The Tea Garden); a 100’ section of the Mill River Greenway; the footprint of a design for a new Public Safety Complex; and a