Meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of the month from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.
Until further notice, the Executive Committee meetings will be conducted remotely via Zoom video conference consistent with Governor Baker’s Executive Order of March 12, 2020. To provide public access to the meeting while limiting the potential for abuse of videoconferencing technology (i.e. Zoom Bombing) members of the public may view the proceedings at https://www.youtube.com/user/MAPCMetroBoston.
The Metro Mayors Coalition highlights climate accomplishments over the past five years.
Local Examples and Launch of Shared Communications Hub
As the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations picks up Massachusetts, local officials, health organizations, and community groups are vital messengers to raise confidence in vaccines and communicate updates to Massachusetts residents.
With the tiered rollout plan and frequent news, this can seem daunting for municipalities and organizations big and small.
At this webinar on Tuesday, March 23, you will hear about municipal efforts to raise awareness about vaccines in ways that resonate with residents; and learn more about an online hub for municipalities and local organizations to share communications resources.
Dr. Linda Shi, Assistant Professor at Cornell University, will be sharing her research on the vulnerability of municipal budgets in the Boston metropolitan area to climate change, as well as recommendations for how to develop in ways that promote equity, resilience, and fiscal responsibility. There will be time for questions from participants.
Looking to fund economic recovery and development in your city or town?
The Economic Development Administration offers multiple funding opportunities to help local governments, nonprofits, and other organizations serve economically-distressed areas.
MAPC helps support the funding process in our region and is available to assist with applications. At this information session, learn about the various grants available, find out how to apply, and hear from EDA grant recipients about their recent projects. There will time for Q&A.
We especially encourage community colleges, CDCs, and arts organizations to attend!
Funded projects could include planning and implementation projects that focus on economic development strategies, public facilities and infrastructure, and economic recovery. Successful applications must match MAPC’s and EDA’s funding priorities.
Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of the month from 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM.
Until further notice, the Officers meetings will be conducted remotely via Zoom video conference consistent with Governor Baker’s Executive Order of March 12, 2020. To provide public access to the meeting while limiting the potential for abuse of videoconferencing technology (i.e. Zoom Bombing) members of the public may view the proceedings at https://www.youtube.com/user/MAPCMetroBoston.