Aug 222013

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.

Apr 142014

The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) will be closing the I-91 Exit 9 Hartland Park-and-Ride facility from April 28th thru August 30th, 2014.  The park-and-ride is located in the town of Hartland on the southern side of US Route 5, 200 feet east of the Interstate 91, Exit 9 interchange.   This project includes the reconstruction and expansion of the existing park-and-ride facility, including new pavement, signage, lighting, and landscaping.  There are alternate park-and-ride facilities located at Exit 8 (Ascutney) and Exit 11(Wilder) off of Interstate 91.  VTrans has contracted EIV Technical Services to serve as the project’s public outreach consultant.  You may contact the Public Outreach Manager, Jacqueline Dagesse at 802-324-5522 or for additional information regarding this project.

Apr 082014

Contact the VT Rivers Program through its new online form to report an Emergency Protective Measure to the Regional Stream Alteration Engineer: Vermont Rivers Program – Stream Alterations Emergency Protective Measures active list of projects: Watershed Management Division Rivers Program:

Apr 072014

The governing board of the Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission believes our region’s future is enhanced by both wise and forward-looking stewardship of the land, natural resources, and public institutions, and also through thoughtful investment in the next generation. To this end, the Regional Commission has authorized establishment of an annual TRORC Scholarship Program to encourage [...]

Apr 072014

DURHAM, N.H. – As heat-trapping gases from the burning of fossil fuels and other human activities continue to accumulate in the atmosphere, average annual temperatures in New Hampshire will likely rise by 3 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit and extreme precipitation events will likely double by mid-century, according to two University of New Hampshire reports released [...]

Apr 042014

Lots of exciting things have been happening in the TRORC region. Click here to see what’s been going on and what’s in store for the future.