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.
How can Woodstock Businesses Reduce Their Flood Risk?
Thursday, April 23, 2015 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Billings Farm and Museum Theater, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock
The Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development and its partners are hosting a second community forum about flood risks along the Ottauquechee River. This meeting is an opportunity to provide input on proposed projects in Woodstock.
The Vermont Electric Power Company will be holding public meetings to discuss their 2015 Vermont Long-Range Transmission Plan. The plan identifies transmission investments that may be needed to ensure the future reliability of the system. Public outreach will occur in the months of April and May, including two public gatherings and a series of presentations […]
The Vermont Agency of Transportation plans to release a comprehensive State Rail Plan that will guide future investments into the state’s rail system. The Plan is set for release by mid-2015, and public meetings will be held in both White River Junction and Essex Junction to present findings and new statewide passenger rail service goals. Assuming continued […]
In 2005, the Center for Rural Studies at the University of Vermont completed the first ever inventory of community health-related resources for the state of Vermont. This work, done in conjunction with the Vermont Department of Health, is being updated. As such, the Center is seeking feedback from municipal officials regarding the services available in […]
TRORC staff is in the process of updating a number of Regional Plan elements to better align with state planning goals, as delineated in statute. In view of these updates, we are soliciting public comments on the draft elements, which are as follows: Utilities & Facilities Emergency Management Education Economic Development Transportation Implementation The Regional Plan elements […]