The WestCOG June 2016 Newsletter is now available. This monthly publication has news, project updates, grant opportunities and events for the region. Continue reading June 2016 Newsletter
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that twenty projects in towns and cities across Connecticut will receive nearly $11 million in funding under a competitive grant program that will support transit-oriented development (TOD) and responsible growth, targeted at boosting economic activity and creating jobs.
Three of the twenty communities are members of WestCOG, Danbury, New Canaan, and Westport. Their grant awards total over $800,000.
GOV. MALLOY REMINDS RESIDENTS THAT ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS TODAY
Residents Advised to be Prepared for Any Severe Weather
WestCOG will host the Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum in Stamford on Thursday, June 9, 10:30am, at Sacred Heart University – Stamford Graduate Center.
The WestCOG May 2016 Newsletter is now available. This monthly publication has news, project updates, grant opportunities and events for the region. Continue reading May 2016 Newsletter
WestCOG is pleased to partner with the Governor’s Council on Climate Change (GC3) in coordinating a series of stakeholder engagement events this year. This first stakeholder meeting provides the opportunity to learn about and offer feedback on the technologies and measures that will be modeled in the Long range Energy Alternatives Planning System (LEAP). This widely-used software tool for energy policy analysis and climate change mitigation assessment will help us understand the GHG reduction potential of various measures and technologies (and combinations thereof).
Continue reading WestCOG Partners with the Governor’s Council on Climate Change
The WestCOG April 2016 Newsletter is now available. This monthly publication has news, project updates, grant opportunities and events for the region.
On April 13th from 2 – 3 pm on the 4th floor of the Stamford Government Center, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will host a public meeting, titled “Reducing Nitrogen Pollution: Proposed Nitrogen Strategy for Long Island Sound.”