South Shore Coalition Subregion
What is the South Shore Coalition?
The South Shore Coalition subregion comprises 13 towns on the South Shore within the metropolitan Boston area.
The South Shore Coalition (SCC) consists of member positions, one for each of the 13 municipalities.
All SSC meetings are open to the public. SCC meets monthly at the Hingham Town Hall (210 Central Street) on the third Thursday of the month from 7:00PM to 9:00PM. Meeting dates and locations are subject to change; please contact the South Shore Coalition Subregional Coordinator for confirmation.
Past Meeting Materials and Resources
The February 2013 meeting of the SSC featured a presentation and discussion of MAPC’s Clean Energy Program. Interested in ESCO's, how LED's could work in your street lighting or getting more solar, please visit the Clean Energy webpage.
For materials and resources shared at past meeting, please visit the SSC archive. The archive has presentations, information resources and additional media that can be inform local planning projects and other work occurring at in your town and the region.
More about the South Shore Towns
Check out this interactive map of MAPC subregions on the MetroBoston DataCommon, or download a letter-size (8.5"x11") map of MAPC subregions. A more detailed map of the South Shore Coalition subregional area can be downloaded here.
Get more detailed information about the 13 South Shore Coalition towns by visiting their Community Snapshot pages, demographic profiles provided by the MetroBoston DataCommon, and by visiting their muncipal websites and municipal planning-related websites:
SSC documents & resources
For additional information, please contact the South Shore Coalition Subregional Coordinator, MAPC Regional Planner Barry Keppard, AICP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-933-0750.