ECOSRegionalPlan

ECOS Regional Plan

The ECOS Plan was amended on May 16, 2016

CCRPC amended the ECOS Plan to address a few sections that needed revision in order to better meet State requirements. Therefore, this was not a full update and only a few sections were amended.  The Plan will be updated again on the normal schedule in 2018.

The plan will take effect on June 22nd, assuming there is no veto in accordance with 24 V.S.A 4348(f). GBIC will also be taking action on the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy section on June 16.

For further information or questions contact Regina Mahony at CCRPC at rmahony@ccrpcvt.org.

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission has been producing a Regional Plan to protect the County’s resources and to guide its development since 1976. Beginning in 2010, as the result of a $1 million grant from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Project (with co-sponsorship from the EPA and U.S. DOT), the format of the Regional Plan was largely reworked and expanded to include the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). Combining these three plans into one has allowed the County to agree on common objectives and to collaborate across sectors on coordinated agendas of action. This combined effort resulted in the creation of the 2013 Chittenden County ECOS Plan. ECOS stands for Environment, Community, Opportunity, and Sustainability.

 

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A detailed ECOS Annual Report and Scorecard is released every January. This online Scorecard promotes easy and efficient access to the 90+ indicators that measure how Chittenden County is doing with regard to achieving ECOS goals related to the Economy, Environment, Quality of Place, and Community.

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