The Cape Cod Commission has begun work on the Cape Cod Freshwater Initiative, a science-based, information-driven planning process to engage stakeholders and enable action to protect and restore Cape Cod’s freshwater resources. The effort is supported by $2,493,028 in funding approved by the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates and Board of Regional Commissioners.
A status on projects currently under Cape Cod Commission review.
The 2022 OneCape Summit offered mobile workshops that allowed attendees to get a firsthand look at some of the issues impacting our region and learn about strategies to address these vulnerable areas.
Climate discussions at OneCape 2022 focused on work to improve the region's ability to combat climate change and strengthen our infrastructure, all while ensuring equity throughout the planning process.
At OneCape, plenary speakers and breakout sessions aimed to highlight ongoing work to improve the region's access to, and affordability of, childcare.
During the OneCape Summit, local, regional, and national experts and advocates highlighted efforts to protect and preserve Cape Cod's water quality.
Housing is a critical issue facing Cape Cod. Over the course of the OneCape Summit, we heard about existing collaborations and new strategies for addressing our housing crisis.
The Cape Cod Commission is honored to recognize Dr. Florence Seldin with the 2022 OneCape Award. The award is presented annually during the OneCape Summit to a person or organization exemplifying outstanding leadership and dedication to Cape Cod.
More than 300 engaged and committed stakeholders came together on August 1 and 2 at the Wequassett Resort in Harwich for the eighth annual OneCape Summit.
This Regulatory Update provides a status on projects that are currently under review by the Cape Cod Commission.