TRORC is an association of thirty municipalities in east-central Vermont. TRORC is governed by a Board of Representatives appointed by each of our member towns. Our primary goals are to advocate for the needs of our member towns, and to articulate a vision for building a thriving regional economy while enhancing the region’s quality of life. The Commission’s staff provides technical services to local, state and federal levels of government and to the Region’s non-profits and businesses.
The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission will soon submit a request for funding from the EPA for a 2015 Brownfields Assessment Grant.
The TRORC application will target Randolph, Bethel, Hartford and Bradford to address existing Brownfields in core built areas. In working with a variety of partners, we will work to identify sites that, in particular, have reuse potential and for which there is community interest in re-purposing properties for housing, commercial, or public uses.
To learn more about this grant opportunity, please contact Kevin Geiger at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 457-3188.
From the desk of VTrans Staff: Due to the anticipated weather and the safety of the traveling public tonight’s VTrans On-Road Bicycle Plan statewide public meeting is cancelled and is rescheduled for Wednesday, January 7, 2015 from 2-4 pm at all VT Interactive Technologies sites. There will continue to be many options for participating and/or […]
The Town of Rochester received funding through the Vermont Bike Pedestrian Grant Program to identify key priority sidewalk/bicycle facilities in Rochester Village, and plan for future engineering, design, and construction. The Town of Rochester is requesting proposals from qualified consultants for the project, which will consist of a planning process that identifies the needs of […]
The Agency of Natural Resources released its new Vermont Clean Water Initiative report earlier this week, outlining a series of priority actions that need to be taken to improve water quality throughout the state, along with funding opportunity recommendations. This report satisfies long-standing requirements to address pollution control in the Lake Champlain basin, set by […]
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) is reaching out to learn where individuals currently enjoying bicycle riding as well as those places where people would like to be able to ride safely on state roadways. This will help inform plans to determine where work is needed the most to ensure roads are bike-friendly to the […]