TRORC is an association of thirty municipalities in east-central Vermont governed by a Board of Representatives appointed by each of our member towns. We provide professional planning, mapping, facilitation, grant writing, and project management services to our member towns. The Commission’s staff also helps to provide a bridge from the local to state and federal levels of government. We are committed to a vision of a thriving region, both in terms of people and place.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, and the Agency of Transportation will be hosting a State Government Municipal Day on September 9, 2015 at the National Life Building in Montpelier. The event will consist of a full day of workshops, technical assistance and poster presentations, and will specially feature a PLENARY SESSION will feature a panel discussion of Vermont’s New Clean Water Law. Registration is required with a $25 registration fee. Learn more about the event here.
The Public Service Department will be holding a public forum in Woodstock July 9 at the Billings Farm and Museum to solicit Vermonters’ thoughts on how the state can meet its energy goals – and energy needs – in the coming years. The input will inform the next revision of Vermont’s long-range, Comprehensive Energy Plan. […]
The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) is a dynamic and accomplished regional planning agency possessing a very talented staff and a supportive Board of Directors. We are seeking an energetic, entry-level Planner as part of our team of professional staff. The Staff Planner will be responsible for individual projects, as well as assisting other professionals […]
On May 27, TRORC held its second and final hearing for the 2015 Regional Plan, which includes updates to six Plan elements (listed below with links to the final chapters): Economic Development Education Emergency Management Transportation Utilities, Facilities and Services Implementation No alterations, substantive or otherwise, have been made to any of the elements following […]
On March 11, 2015, the Public Service Board granted a Certificate of Public Good to Rutland Renewable Energy, LLC for the construction and operation of a 2.3MW solar electric generation facility located at the intersection of Cold River Road and Stratton Road in Rutland, VT. The decision (Docket No. 8188) provided good insight into the […]