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The Cape Cod Commission REPORTER is updated regularly on-line. Email subscriptions are available here, or by contacting info@capecodcommission.org.


OneCape Registration Opens

2018 OneCape August 16 and 17The Cape Cod Commission has hosted the OneCape Summit annually since 2014.

Chatham approves Master Bicycle Plan

2017 Chatham Bike Plan Public MeetingThe Town of Chatham recently approved a Bicycle Master Plan

Stormwater Update: MS4 Permits

Stormwater projectThe factors influencing stormwater runoff can be complex, but decreases in natural and forested areas which readily absorb precipitation coupled with increases in impervious areas (surfaces like roofs, pavement, parking lots and roadways) have led to greater amounts of stormwater runoff. 

Pleasant Bay Targeted Watershed Management Plan Moves Forward

Pleasant BayThe Towns of Harwich, Brewster, Chatham and Orleans are one step closer to a Watershed Permit for Pleasant Bay.

Communities by Design: Orleans, Eastham and Falmouth

Compact design graphicFinding the right balance between community need, community preference and financially viable development is the goal of a new effort by the Cape Cod Commission.

June Regulatory Update

June 2018 Regulatory Update

OneCape to be held August 16 & 17

The Cape Cod Commission will host the fifth annual OneCape Summit on August 16 and 17 at the Wequassett Resort in Harwich. 

Call for Presentations

The Commission is seeking proposals for presentations that address water quality planning and implementation in the region, including pilot projects, innovative and alternative technologies, financing, and policy solutions.

DCPC Leads to New Zoning in Eastham

Eastham DCPC public workshopIn May Eastham Town Meeting adopted new zoning regulations for the Eastham Corridor Special District.

Hyannis Growth Incentive Zone Re-Designation Approved

The redesignation of the Downtown Hyannis Growth Incentive Zone provided an opportunity for the Cape Cod Commission to reconsider the framework for considering all future GIZ designations. 


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