Welcome to the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission

The mission of the Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission is to assist member municipalities in providing effective local government and to work cooperatively with them to address regional issues.

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CVRPC Services

List of services provided by CVRPC

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Regional Plan

2024 Regional Plan Update 

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CVRPC’s 2016 Regional Plan with the latest amendments that was adopted on October 13, 2020.

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Agendas & Minutes

Commission and Committee meeting agendas and minutes are available for viewing.

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Calendar of Events

CVRPC has a calendar of events that is kept updated with date, time, location and additional event information

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CVRPC publishes weekly news updates as well as a quarterly newsletter that includes articles on location and regional planning information of importance.

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2024 – 2025 Regional Plan Update

View Recordings of CVRPC Trainings & Workshops


Notice of Public Hearing

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 9, 2024 beginning at 6:30 pm at the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce (Lower Level), 33 Stewart Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602.

The purpose of this hearing is to consider public comments on the CVRPC Regional Plan Assessment Report for the readoption of the 2016 Central Vermont Regional Plan. This is the second of two required public hearings per 24 VSA Section §4348.

Copies of the Report and Plan can be reviewed at the offices of Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission, 29 Main Street, Suite 4, Montpelier, during normal business hours or online at https://centralvtplanning.org/programs/regional-planning/regional-plan/

Town of Orange Architectural Services for Town Offices Update Project  Request for Qualifications – (RFQ)

The Town Hall and Town Clerk’s offices located at 392 US-302 in the Village of Orange VT were built in 1824 and 1972, respectively. These buildings are used by the community yet are not accessible to all community members due to accessibility shortcomings. The Town Clerk’s Offices holds Orange Town records. There is energy loss which translates to town expenditures and there are signs of building deterioration in the form of sill rot, inaccessibility, the vault sinking into the ground. This project aims to get a clear scope of work that needs to be done to bring these buildings into ADA and Energy compliance in anticipation of applying for funding to implement a project to update these vital town buildings.  Proposals due 8/14/2024 – Full Details Here.

Resource Guide to Accessory Dwelling Units

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission presents this Resource Guide to Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). The material in this guidebook was first authored and compiled by the Addison County Regional Planning Commission and we are grateful for their sharing of this information with the Central Vermont Region.   Find it here >>



Vermont Association of Planning & Development Agencies (VAPDA).

CVRPC is a member of VAPDA, an umbrella organization that includes all eleven regional planning commissions in Vermont. VAPDA’s annual brochure and work map details regional planning commission accomplishments during the past year. Link to VAPDA’s latest Annual Report.