Cape Cod Commission and Town of Eastham staff will hold two public meetings to discuss the Route 6 Eastham Corridor Study. The first meeting, 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27 at the Eastham Public Library, 190 Samoset Rd, Eastham, will include an overview of project goals and existing conditions, followed by an interactive group discussion. The focus of the meeting will be gathering public feedback on issues, opportunities, and visions for the future of the corridor.
Item Last Updated February 19, 2019
The next Cape Historical Commissions Roundtable will be held Thursday, March 28 at 9 a.m. at the Cape Cod Commission's Ocean Conference Room, 3225 Main Street, Barnstable Village. Please come be part of the discussion about Demolition Delay bylaws. We will talk about what is working and what isn't, as well as the issues, threats, and strategies around protecting the Cape's important historic buildings.
Item Last Updated February 12, 2019
To help prepare the 2020 Cape Cod Regional Transportation Plan, the Cape Cod Commission launched an online survey to collect public input.
Input is sought on the plan’s goals and potential projects. In addition to the survey, an online-mapping tool is available for respondents to indicate specific problem locations and potential solutions. The survey will be available through early March.
To learn more about the Regional Transportation Plan and to take the survey, please visit:www.capecodcommission.org/rtp
Anyone interested in the current Cape Cod Canal planning efforts may also want to check out the latest developments at: www.capecodcommission.org/canal
Item Last Updated February 6, 2019
This is an exciting time to be working to improve water quality on Cape Cod. The strong partnership between local communities, the Cape Cod Commission, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is showing real progress.
Item Last Updated October 24, 2018
The fee schedule for the Cape Cod Commission's CHAPTER A: Enabling Regulations Governing Review of Developments of Regional Impact has been revised, effective July 1, 2017.
Item Last Updated June 30, 2017