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JULY 31, 2018

Human Services and Educational Facilities Competitive Grant Program

Gap funding for major maintenance, renovation, and development of facilities used for the delivery of human services and health care, or educational opportunities in Vermont communities.

AUGUST 01, 2018

AUGUST 02, 2018

Share, learn, and identify wastewater solutions for your un-sewered village.

AUGUST 04, 2018

Downtown Steet Party

AUGUST 08, 2018

Municipal Planning Grant Training

Training on how to write a successful MPG application.

AUGUST 08, 2018

Button Up Vermont

There are new opportunities in this fall’s Button Up Vermont campaign to help your neighbors save money and stay comfortable.

AUGUST 14, 2018

Notice of Public Hearing

VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE RUTLAND REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION’S REQUEST FOR A DETERMINATION OF ENERGY COMPLIANCE PURSUANT TO 24 V.S.A. § 4352

AUGUST 20, 2018

Grant to Upgrade Diesel Vehicles & Equipment

The DEC has posted a Request for Proposals and is now accepting applications for this grant opportunity. The application deadline is August 20, 2018.

SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

RRPC Board Meeting

OCTOBER 01, 2018

Municipal Planning Grants

MPGs empower local leaders to take action and fund projects.

JULY 31, 2018

Human Services and Educational Facilities Competitive Grant Program

The human services and educational facilities grant program provides awards of matching grants to municipalities and nonprofit organizations for capital costs associated with the major maintenance, renovation, and development of facilities used for the delivery of human services and health care, or educational opportunities in Vermont communities.


 
This is a 1:1 matching grant award. Grants in this category range from $1,000 - $25,00. This program provides last gap funding for shovel-ready projects and does not support ongoing fund-raising initiatives.  The application deadline is July 31st each year. More information can be found of their website


More information
Judy Bruneau
VT Dept of Buildings and General Services
Phone: 802-828-3519
Email: Judy.Bruneau@vermont.gov

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The human services and educational facilities grant program provides awards of matching grants to municipalities and nonprofit organizations for capital costs associated with the major maintenance, renovation, and development of facilities used for the delivery of human services and health care, or educational opportunities in Vermont communities.

 
This is a 1:1 matching grant award. Grants in this category range from $1,000 - $25,00. This program provides last gap funding for shovel-ready projects and does not support ongoing fund-raising initiatives.  The application deadline is July 31st each year. More information can be found of their website

More information
Judy Bruneau
VT Dept of Buildings and General Services
Phone: 802-828-3519
Email: Judy.Bruneau@vermont.gov

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AUGUST 01, 2018

RRPC is a pickup location for Farm Fresh Connect. Order online from local farms and pick them up each Wednesday at our downtown office!

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RRPC is a pickup location for Farm Fresh Connect. Order online from local farms and pick them up each Wednesday at our downtown office!

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Time: 2:00 - 5:00 PM

Place: 67 Merchants Row

More Info: Mary Kay Skaza

AUGUST 02, 2018

Please join the forum if you need wastewater solutions for your village. 


SHARE your village wastewater concerns.


LEARN about community approaches, technical solutions, permitting requirements, financing options, and towns that have succeeded.


IDENTIFY next steps that you can take toward solutions for your village.


Presentations and discussions will be led by an interagency team with experience in wastewater system design and management, funding and permitting programs, community planning and development, and village revitalization.


Please RSVP to Ashley at wrc@windhamregional.org or at (802) 257-4547.


 

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Please join the forum if you need wastewater solutions for your village. 

SHARE your village wastewater concerns.

LEARN about community approaches, technical solutions, permitting requirements, financing options, and towns that have succeeded.

IDENTIFY next steps that you can take toward solutions for your village.

Presentations and discussions will be led by an interagency team with experience in wastewater system design and management, funding and permitting programs, community planning and development, and village revitalization.

Please RSVP to Ashley at wrc@windhamregional.org or at (802) 257-4547.

 

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Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM

Place: Townshend Town Hall

More Info: Ashley Collins, Windham Regional Commission (802) 257-4547

AUGUST 04, 2018

Downtown Steet Party

Save the Date for the Downtown Rutland Street Party
Join us for a whole day of sweet summer sales, makers, vendors, food trucks, activities, and more on August 4th! Learn more or apply to be a vendor.

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Save the Date for the Downtown Rutland Street Party
Join us for a whole day of sweet summer sales, makers, vendors, food trucks, activities, and more on August 4th! Learn more or apply to be a vendor.

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More Info: Nikki Hindman, Downtown Rutland Partnership

AUGUST 08, 2018

Municipal Planning Grant Training

Training on how to write a successful MPG application.

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Training on how to write a successful MPG application.

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More Info: Faith Ingulsrud, VT Dept. Housing & Community Development

AUGUST 08, 2018

Button Up Vermont

There are new opportunities in this fall’s Button Up Vermont campaign to help your neighbors save money and stay comfortable. Fill out this 30 second form to tell us you’re thinking about getting involved and then join us for a phone call at noon on August 8th to hear about what’s new and how you could bring Button Up home. We'll spend 30 minutes presenting this year's opportunities and 30 minutes answering your questions. You can call in at (713) 353-0212 or (888) 822-7517 if you'd like a toll free line. The access code is 8502438. If you're planning on attending the call, please let Paul Markowitz at Efficiency Vermont know.

Add to Calendar 08/08/2018 09:00 AM 08/08/2018 11:00 AM USA/Denver Button Up Vermont

There are new opportunities in this fall’s Button Up Vermont campaign to help your neighbors save money and stay comfortable. Fill out this 30 second form to tell us you’re thinking about getting involved and then join us for a phone call at noon on August 8th to hear about what’s new and how you could bring Button Up home. We'll spend 30 minutes presenting this year's opportunities and 30 minutes answering your questions. You can call in at (713) 353-0212 or (888) 822-7517 if you'd like a toll free line. The access code is 8502438. If you're planning on attending the call, please let Paul Markowitz at Efficiency Vermont know.

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More Info: Paul Markowitz, Efficiency Vermont, (802) 540-7608

AUGUST 14, 2018

Notice of Public Hearing

The Vermont Department of Public Service invites the public to a hearing to provide input on the Rutland Regional Plan. The plan is available for review on the Department’s website at http://publicservice.vermont.gov/. The Rutland Regional Planning Commission is seeking a certification from the Department that the plan complies with energy planning requirements set forth in statute.


Hearing location: The public hearing will be conducted in the Conference Room of the Rutland Regional Planning Commission’s Office at 67 Merchants Row, Rutland, Vermont.


Public comment: The public is encouraged to submit written comments regarding this request to the Department via email planning.standards@vermont.gov. Please include RRPC’s Determination Request Comments in the subject line.


The hearing site is accessible for individuals with disabilities. Please contact Sunni Eriksen for more information (802) 828-5871.

Add to Calendar 08/14/2018 09:00 AM 08/14/2018 11:00 AM USA/Denver Notice of Public Hearing

The Vermont Department of Public Service invites the public to a hearing to provide input on the Rutland Regional Plan. The plan is available for review on the Department’s website at http://publicservice.vermont.gov/. The Rutland Regional Planning Commission is seeking a certification from the Department that the plan complies with energy planning requirements set forth in statute.

Hearing location: The public hearing will be conducted in the Conference Room of the Rutland Regional Planning Commission’s Office at 67 Merchants Row, Rutland, Vermont.

Public comment: The public is encouraged to submit written comments regarding this request to the Department via email planning.standards@vermont.gov. Please include RRPC’s Determination Request Comments in the subject line.

The hearing site is accessible for individuals with disabilities. Please contact Sunni Eriksen for more information (802) 828-5871.

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Time: 6:00 PM

Place: RRPC Classroom

More Info: Sunni Eriksen, (802) 828-5871

AUGUST 20, 2018

Grant to Upgrade Diesel Vehicles & Equipment

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has developed the Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants program, which provides technical assistance and incentive funding for projects that reduce emissions from diesel-powered vehicles, engines, and equipment.


Funding is available for:



  • Early replacement of diesel-powered heavy-duty vehicles, engines, and equipment,

  • Retrofitting with emission control technologies,

  • Engine replacements,

  • Clean alternative fuel conversions,

  • Installation of idle reduction technologies, and

  • Aerodynamic technologies and low rolling resistance tires.


The DEC has posted a Request for Proposals and is now accepting applications for this grant opportunity. The application deadline is August 20, 2018.


Here are the relevant links regarding this grant opportunity:



 


CONTACT: Maria Davies at (802) 622-4022 or at maria.davies@vermont.gov with any questions. While the DEC is actively accepting applications, Maria Davies will be the single point of contact for this grant opportunity. An in-person meeting (conference call for those who cannot make the meeting) will be held August 7, 2018, to go over the application process and answer questions.  All questions that Maria receives will be posted on the Vermont Business Assistance Network (https://www.vermontbusinessregistry.com/BidPreview.aspx?BidID=32680) along with their answers. 

Add to Calendar 08/20/2018 09:00 AM 08/20/2018 11:00 AM USA/Denver Grant to Upgrade Diesel Vehicles & Equipment

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has developed the Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants program, which provides technical assistance and incentive funding for projects that reduce emissions from diesel-powered vehicles, engines, and equipment.

Funding is available for:

  • Early replacement of diesel-powered heavy-duty vehicles, engines, and equipment,
  • Retrofitting with emission control technologies,
  • Engine replacements,
  • Clean alternative fuel conversions,
  • Installation of idle reduction technologies, and
  • Aerodynamic technologies and low rolling resistance tires.

The DEC has posted a Request for Proposals and is now accepting applications for this grant opportunity. The application deadline is August 20, 2018.

Here are the relevant links regarding this grant opportunity:

 

CONTACT: Maria Davies at (802) 622-4022 or at maria.davies@vermont.gov with any questions. While the DEC is actively accepting applications, Maria Davies will be the single point of contact for this grant opportunity. An in-person meeting (conference call for those who cannot make the meeting) will be held August 7, 2018, to go over the application process and answer questions.  All questions that Maria receives will be posted on the Vermont Business Assistance Network (https://www.vermontbusinessregistry.com/BidPreview.aspx?BidID=32680) along with their answers. 

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More Info: Maria Davies, DEC, (802) 622-4022

SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

RRPC Board Meeting

Each Rutland region municipality is represented by our Board of Commissioners. Municipalities select one person plus an alternate to represent their town at our board meetings. This ensures that each town gets an equal voice in regional decision making. The board’s main jobs are to represent the interests of their municipality, approve town plans, ask questions, discuss solutions, and be engaged with local and regional planning processes. Board members are key links that bring information, opportunities, and resources back to their communities. The public is always welcome!

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Each Rutland region municipality is represented by our Board of Commissioners. Municipalities select one person plus an alternate to represent their town at our board meetings. This ensures that each town gets an equal voice in regional decision making. The board’s main jobs are to represent the interests of their municipality, approve town plans, ask questions, discuss solutions, and be engaged with local and regional planning processes. Board members are key links that bring information, opportunities, and resources back to their communities. The public is always welcome!

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Time: 7:00

Place: RRPC Classroom

More Info: Mary Kay Skaza

OCTOBER 01, 2018

Municipal Planning Grants

MPGs empower local leaders to take action and fund projects like developing a village economic development plan, mapping and marketing trail networks, or updating land use regulations, and town plans.


Program changes for this year include a 10% cash match for all grants and a simplified consultant selection process for small towns.


DHCD will offer training on how to write a successful grant application on August 8. Applications are due October 1 with funding decisions announced in December.


See the program description to learn more or contact Faith Ingulsrud.

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MPGs empower local leaders to take action and fund projects like developing a village economic development plan, mapping and marketing trail networks, or updating land use regulations, and town plans.

Program changes for this year include a 10% cash match for all grants and a simplified consultant selection process for small towns.

DHCD will offer training on how to write a successful grant application on August 8. Applications are due October 1 with funding decisions announced in December.

See the program description to learn more or contact Faith Ingulsrud.

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More Info: Faith Ingulsrud, VT Dept. Housing & Community Development

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