New! CCRPA has released a public draft of its Disaster Resiliency Plan. You can download he report and submit comments here.
New! The Central Connecticut Regional Planning Agency (CCRPA) will hold a public hearing on September 25, 2014 to review the draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) 2015-2018, the Central Connecticut Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 2015-2018, and the latest Air Quality Conformity Determination. There will be two sessions, 10:30 am and 6:30 pm, at CCRPA’s office (225 North Main Street, Suite 304, Bristol, Connecticut).
A 30-day public comment period is open from September 19 to October 19. Written comments may be sent to CCRPA at the above address or by e-mail to email@example.com. Oral comments may be given at the public hearing on September 25. Documents are available for review at the CCRPA office at the links above.
New! CCRPA has released a dual enrollment feasibility study for CCSU and New Britain.
New! CCRPA's Food Access Plan has been released.
New! Downtown Plantsville parking study released.
New! Final report from CCRPA's latest Transportation Planning Certification Review.
New! Regional housing study has been released.
CCRPA nears 100:1 return on investment. CCRPA brought $49.5 million in grant funds to the region over the last five years. Agency dues during that time totaled $457,000. For every $1 CCRPA's members spent on CCRPA, the Agency brought in $99.
CCRPA honored. Our 2013-2023 Plan of Conservation and Development has been awarded the 2013 Innovative Plan Award by the American Planning Association, Connecticut Chapter. Thank you to all who participated!
CCRPA wins federal recognition to aid economic growth in the region. The Economic Development Administration has designated CCRPA an Economic Development District. CCRPA is the only Regional Planning Organization in the state to win this status.
New! CCRPA submits application to implement our recently-completed New Britain Urban Tree Canopy Assessment and Enhancement Plan. The grant would improve the city by funding the planting of streetscape-changing signature trees.
There's a lot going on at CCRPA. Here are some of the projects we're hard at work on: