The HRPDC continually monitors events and activities that impact the quality of life in Hampton Roads. We are pleased to present the following information and analysis for your information and use.
Hampton Roads Economic Monthly:
What's in the $1.3 Trillion Omnibus Spending Bill?
U.S. Topline Defense Budget, and Projections
On March 21, 2018, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, a $1.3 trillion dollar spending bill that combines several small appropriations bills into one large spending package, known as an omnibus bill.
On March 15, 2018, the HRPDC launched a new interactive map called FishSwimPlay.com to promote public access to water in Hampton Roads. The map allows visitors to find public access sites for boating/kayaking, swimming, fishing, and viewing the water throughout the region.READ MORE
askHRgreen.org Recognizes Environmental Action
At the March 2018 HRPDC meeting, askHRgreen.org recognized two local schools and educators for their commitment to environmental stewardship and leadership. Michelle Effatt, former science teacher at Cradock Middle School in Portsmouth, and Gabrielle Toni, art teacher at Western Branch Middle School in Chesapeake, each received the Environmental Action Award.READ MORE
Missed the March 2018 HRPDC Meeting?
If you missed the March 2018 HRPDC meeting, you can watch it on our YouTube via the link below.
March 15, 2018 HRPDC Meeting
Local Jurisdictions Receive Preparedness and Resilience Grants
On March 21, Governor Ralph Northam announced a grant award totaling nearly $420,000 as part of a competitive process under the Supplemental Local Emergency Management Performance Grant (SLEMPG) program.
Five member jurisdictions of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission were among the 28 localities receiving grants.READ MORE
askHRgreen.org Recognized for Environmental Stewardship
askHRgreen.org was one of ten individuals and organizations recognized by the
Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council (CEIC) for making a difference and inspiring others to be good stewards to our environment.
Hampton Roads residents with real disabilities and access and functional needs, along with their caregivers and family members, are volunteering to camp out at a local shelter overnight, learn the basics of personal preparedness and provide feedback to shelter staff on their experiences. READ MORE
The HRPDC strives to provide reasonable accommodations and services for persons who require special assistance to participate in public involvement opportunities. Contact the Communications Manager at (757) 420-8300 for more information.