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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. more


 
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State and EPA Host Public Meeting on Lake Champlain in Rutland Final draft plan for Lake Champlain Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) will be discussed on Thursday, August 27 from 2-4 pm at the Rutland Free Library. MORE

Rutland Regional Plan - Adopted June 16, 2015 MORE

New Energy Materials to Assist Municipalities MORE

When Governments Cooperate STATE GOVERNMENT MUNICIPAL DAY A day of Workshops for Vermont's Local Officials - SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 from 8 am - 4:15 pm MORE

2015 Legislative Wrap-Up MORE

VPA Summary: 2015 Legislation (Acts) MORE

Vermont Planning & Development Act [24 VSA Chapter 117] 2015 Amendments MORE

2015 Legislative Revisions to Vermontís Planning and Development Act, the Downtown Development Act and Act 250 MORE

Meet Mary Lamson! She is the newest member of the Rutland Regional Planning Commission family.

Mary will lead Emergency Management Planning programs, assist towns with State of Vermont Village and Downtown Designations, and is also excited to help develop new marketing opportunities for RRPC.

Mary lives in Middletown Springs with her family and runs a small granola business on the side.

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Electric Vehicle Charging Station Grants - Applications are due on October 31, 2015 The Department of Housing and Community Development in partnership with the Agency of Natural resources is pleased to announce a third round of approximately $44,000 in Electric Vehicle Charging Station Grants for Designated Downtowns and Village Centers. We are pleased to extend this funding opportunity to include designated village centers previously only available to designated downtowns. This is a great bonus incentive for village centers looking to install electric vehicle charging stations. MORE

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