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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.


Commission lead partner on $400K Watershed Grant

On September 24th Restore America’s Estuaries awarded a $400,000 2018 Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Watershed Grant to the Cape Cod Commission and its partner’s the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Center for Coastal Studies, UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology, Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.  

Regional Policy Plan Public Meetings to Take Place in October

The draft of the Cape Cod Commission’s Regional Policy Plan (RPP) public comment period began on September 20, 2018

Study to look at value of Cape harbors

The working harbors of Cape Cod are some of the region’s most vibrant and important cultural, economic and recreational resources.

Commission part of $1.2M Blue Economy Project

The Cape Cod Commission is partnering with the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and the Southeastern Regional Planning & Economic Development District (SRPEDD), to strengthen the Marine Science and Technology cluster on the Cape and the South Coast.

Survey on Preferred Housing Types Now Live

The Cape housing market does not adequately meet the needs of our residents and workforce at varied incomes and life stages.

5-year update to Cape-wide economic development strategy under way

In 2009 Cape Cod achieved national recognition for its Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) and was subsequently designated as a Federal Economic Development District by the U.S. Economic Development Administration.

September Regulatory Update

Regulatory update for the month of September.

In Review: OneCape 2018

Over the two days of this year’s OneCape Summit, a clear and consistent message was heard from state, local and regional leaders: Cape communities live up to the conference’s name, speaking as one Cape on key issues. The design of this year’s OneCape summit, hosted annually by the Cape Cod Commission, sought to reinforce that […]

Grant Awarded to Update Municipal Stormwater Programs

Stormwater drainThe Cape Cod Commission, through its District Local Technical Assistance (DLTA) grant program, has awarded a total of $40,000 in grant and matching funds to the Cape Cod Stormwater Managers group.  This funding is being used to assist Cape Cod communities in updating their stormwater management programs and meeting the requirements of the newly issued […]

Mashpee Rotary Study to begin

The Cape Cod Commission, under a contract from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), will conduct a transportation planning study of the Mashpee Rotary.


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