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Rutland Regional Planning Commission

The Rutland Regional Planning Commission serves 27 communities and provides assistance on a range of community development activities and issues. The RRPC provides leadership and technical expertise to encourage cooperative planning within and among the region's communities and area wide interests.

In our highly mobile society it's likely that a person may live in one community, shop in a different one and work in still another. This mobility and the nature of our lifestyles today creates issues that do not restrict themselves to a single village, town or city. more

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Request for Qualifications - Rutland Creek Path Survey, Engineering Studies, Design and Permitting for Rutland Creek Path - Segment 5 MORE

Feb. 3 Workshop on Statewide Parcel Data 1-3:30pm at Rutland Free Library. Vermont is embarking on a Return on Investment Study to assess the value of digital parcels to various entities in the state. Come learn and provide input. MORE

Efficiency VT Forum Feb. 19 6-7:30pm at Neshobe Elementary School in Brandon. Light supper will be served. Join Vermontís Energy Efficiency Utility to discuss its three year plan for the state. MORE

Feb. 19 LEPC #2 Meeting at Green Mountain Power 6pm at GMP Operations Headquarters, 2154 Post Rd, Rutland Town. Given the recent December snow storm, this meeting will focus on how we deal with power outages and will include a speaker from Green Mountain Power. All are welcome! RSVP by Feb. 16 to LKeir@rutlandrpc.org or 775-0871 x205. MORE

Feb. 25 EMD/C Roundtable Emergency Management Directors and Coordinators are invited to this quarterly roundtable: Feb. 25, 6:30pm at Community College of Vermont, 60 West St, Rutland. Learn how to access federal dollars after the next storm! MORE

New RRPC YouTube Channel! Check out our new YouTube channel, featuring planning and land use videos. First video is on the new VT Emergency Protective Measures process for rivers. MORE

Staff Report December 2014 - January 2015 MORE

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