Some issues are bigger than one neighborhood, city, or town. Transportation, housing, climate, jobs, equity, and more.
That’s why your community is part of Greater Boston’s next long-term regional plan, MetroCommon 2050, which is now being developed.
The first step is for us to learn what you think. What you want the region to be like, long term.
Please join us for this drop-in, interactive, expo-style listening session. No lectures, no presentations. Displays and activities about the region and interesting ways for you to tell us what you care about.
For interpretation and other accommodations, please contact Iolando Spinola at 617.933.0713 by Feb. 21.
Council Members Register here for the Winter Council Meeting .
Please join us for a drop-in, interactive, expo-style listening session. No lectures, no presentations – but there will be displays and activities about the region, and interesting ways for you to tell us what you care about. This Listening Session will include the MAPC Council Meeting, which will take place from 4 to 4:30.
MAGIC meetings are held the first Thursday of every other month from 2:30-4:30 at the Concord Planning and Land Management Office, 141 Keyes Road, Concord, MA.
MAGIC hosts workshops and events of regional interest on alternating months.
Join the North Suburban Planning Council on Thursday, March 21st to talk about MS4 Permits, Stormwater, and Climate Change.
We will hear from Martin Pillsbury , MAPC’s Environmental Planning Director, about MS4 Permits, Anne Herbst, MAPC Senior Regional Environmental Planner, about climate change, and representatives from the Greater Boston Research Advisory Group about their efforts to update climate change projections for the Metro Boston region.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn about these important issues and talk to other municipal staff doing the same work across the subregion. Lunch will be provided for our discussion with the Greater Boston Research Advisory Group at 11:00.