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March 21, 2022
Increasing Cape Cod’s charging capabilities

The inventory of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on Cape Cod is growing.

March 21, 2022
Cape Cod Commission in the community

New and Second Homeowner Survey Results | Cape Cod and Islands Association of Realtors and Community Development Partnership In 2021, the Cape Cod Commission issued a pair of surveys designed to…

Posted in Newsletter
March 21, 2022
Route 28 East Hyannis corridor study to begin 

Improving traffic flow between Barnstable and Yarmouth  The Cape Cod Commission has launched the Route 28 East Hyannis Corridor Study, which will seek solutions to improve access and safety at the…

March 21, 2022
Rail trail crossing inventory aims to improve safety for bicyclists and pedestrians 

Thousands of people enjoy Cape Cod’s many miles of off-road shared-use paths year-round.

March 21, 2022
Historic Preservation Roundtable resumes meetings 

Sharing ideas to support history throughout the region  Members of Cape Cod's historical commissions are regularly convening once again.

March 14, 2022
Cape Cod Commission releases updated Pond and Lake Atlas

Updated information to serve as a resource and guide for improving health of ponds and lakes in the region For Immediate Release (March 14, 2022) – The Cape Cod Commission…

March 9, 2022
Notice of Public Meeting: Route 28 East Hyannis Corridor Study

The Cape Cod Commission and the Towns of Barnstable and Yarmouth invite members of the public to join a virtual public input session on the Route 28 East Hyannis Corridor Study on Wednesday, March…

February 22, 2022
Low-lying roads project moving forward in ten Cape Cod towns

This fall, the Cape Cod Commission and the Woods Hole Group began working with ten Cape Cod towns to prioritize the most critical road segments and develop alternative solutions for…

February 22, 2022
Regulatory Update | February 2022

This Regulatory Update provides a status on projects that are currently under review by the Cape Cod Commission.

Posted in Newsletter, Regulatory
February 22, 2022
Solid waste studies show a need to increase recycling and reuse in the region

Removing waste from your household is far more complex than simply taking it to the transfer station or having it trucked away by a private hauler.

Posted in Newsletter
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