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Asset Based Community Development is a large and growing movement that considers local assets as the primary building blocks of sustainable community development. Building on the skills of local residents, the power of local associations, and the supportive functions of local institutions, asset-based community development draws upon existing community strengths to build stronger, more sustainable communities for the future.
Our knowledgeable presenter, Julie Filapek, who employs an ABCD approach to neighborhood development in the communities served by Goodwill NCW’s Neighborhood Partners program, will guide participants in an exploration of how to discover and mobilize their own community’s assets for the common good. This is some “must know” information for those who desire to facilitate neighborhood organizations in their community.
We all have a role to play in creating strong neighborhoods, strong communities and a strong region! Come join our “Gapper Network”, a growing system of professionals dedicated to supporting the work of engaged neighbors.
Pre-registration required by Friday, July 19, 2019.
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
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
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
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
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
Public Comment Session on Metropolitan Transportation System Planning in the Fox Cities/Appleton Metropolitan Planning Area All interested parties are invited to attend an open public meeting where you can provide comments directly to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regarding your views on the transportation planning process in the Fox Cities/AppletonContinue Reading
Come join us to explore the rapidly advancing technology that will ultimately change how transportation services are delivered in the future. Planning for the integration and use of connected and autonomous vehicles as well as related phenomena, such as electric and shared vehicles, will become increasingly important at all levels of government. What do youContinue Reading
This is a county-wide survey to get public input of current COUNTY park facilities and to aid in the update of Shawano County’s Comprehensive Outdoor 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. Thank youContinue Reading