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Report: Linking Health and Transportation: Voices of Oshkosh Walkers, Cyclists and Transit Users

The Fox Valley Thrives Transportation Team conducted a series of focus groups to understand user perceptions of the Oshkosh area’s transportation system. These focus groups allow for better understanding of the connections between transportation and health, identify what facilities enhance or impede a person’s ability to use walking, biking, and transit in the Fox Valley.

Now Hiring! Safe Routes to School Planner

ECWRPC is looking for an energetic and dynamic professional to implement Safe Routes to School programming. The Safe Routes to School Planner will provide technical assistance and support to local communities looking to start and/or implement a local Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, and produce resource guides and materials that support SRTS implementation acrossContinue Reading

July 2019 Storm Estimates

Please complete the following information for businesses impacted by storms on July 19th and July 20th. This information will be used for estimates only. Note the following businesses are not eligible for this program: Payday loan and title companies Telemarketing other than inbound call centers Pawn shops Liquor stores Adult entertainment venues Home-based businesses Farms

Strong Neighborhoods Lunch ‘N Learn Series

Strong Neighborhoods Lunch ‘N Learn Series July 25, 2019  11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Village of North Fond du Lac Community Center 280 Garfield St, North Fond du Lac, WI ASSET BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Asset Based Community Development is a large and growing movement that considers local assets as the primary building blocks of sustainableContinue Reading

Now Available – City of Clintonville Comprehensive Plan Update 2040

The purpose of the City of Clintonville’s comprehensive plan is to aid local officials in making land use decisions that are harmonious with the overall vision of the community’s future and will ensure the future sustainability of the local natural resource base. Developing a comprehensive plan is a proactive attempt to delineate the ground rulesContinue Reading

City of Kiel 2019 Parks and Rec Survey

Please fill out this short 10 minute survey to help make our parks better! The little city that does BIG things!  

City of Shawano 2019 Parks and Recreation Survey

This is a city-wide survey to get public input of current park facilities and to aid in the update of the City of Shawano’s Comprehensive Outdoor Park and Recreation Plan 2020-2024. Your answers will provide invaluable information on how park facilities are currently meeting the needs of residents and how we can make future improvements.Continue Reading

City of Oshkosh gets $1.5 Million EDA Grant

Exciting news! U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Economic Development Administration (EDA) is investing $1.5 million to improve access to the multimodal trans-load terminal in Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s city-owned Southwest Industrial Park. A grant written by the City and supported through East Central’s Economic Development Program was successfully awarded to expand the City’sContinue Reading

Now Available – Annual Report 2018-2019

The annual report illustrates the accomplishments and activities of the Commission during the past calendar year. It serves to document the Commission’s progress toward the achievement of regional goals related to land use, development and preservation. It also provides a regional context for local or county-level land use planning efforts and issues, and identifies productsContinue Reading

Now Seeking 2020 Technical Assistance Project Requests

ECWRPC is again seeking Technical Assistance project requests from its eight member counties and their communities for consideration in its 2020 Work Program. A wide variety of small-scale planning and GIS mapping assistance is available from the Commission under low-cost or no-cost arrangements depending on the project type. Please note that the Commission’s new cost-sharedContinue Reading

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