The Town of Southampton is seeking public input and comment to develop town goals, objectives, and action items for open space and recreation for the next seven years.
The Town of Williamsburg is undertaking a planning effort to develop an updated Williamsburg Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP), which was last completed in 2010.
A Complete Street is a street designed to accomodate all users in a safe, convenient, and comfortable manner.
Streets direct people; they movegoods; they accommodate cars,buses, and bicycles; they provide social connections, and ultimately they establish the
platform for the rest of the city to build upon.
The 2020 Decennial Census, a critically important attempt to count all residents of the United States, is quickly approaching. Here in the Pioneer Valley, the results of the census will affect our political representation as well as our ability to qualify for a wide array funding opportunities f
“A staged, multiyear, intermodal program of transportation projects which is consistent with the metropolitan transportation plan.”
The Pioneer Valley Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) outlines the direction of transportation planning and improvements for the Pioneer Valley through the year 2040. It provides the basis for all state and federally funde
The Town of South Hadley completed their Housing Production Plan in 2016 and is working to implement the actions proposed in the plan. The Town and PVPC are now working together to undertake a robust community education and engagement campaign.
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
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.