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:
Hampton Roads 2018 Economic Forecast
It has now been over a decade since Hampton Roads first began to feel the effects of the Great Recession. In the first three years following the recession, the region lost 48,000 civilian jobs and 11,000 military personnel. The region remains well below pre-recession employment levels, down 17,600 civilian employees and 24,400 military personnel.
HRPDC Hosts First Youth Partnership of South Hampton Roads Meeting of 2018
The HRPDC hosted the first meeting of 2018 for the Youth Partnership of South Hampton Roads (YP-SHR) with over 50 of its members in attendance.
Staff from the HRPDC's Housing and Human Services (Shernita Bethea and Mignon Burton); Environmental Education (Katie Cullipher and Rebekah Eastep); and Emergency Management (Jenny Redick) attended and presented on some of the HRPDC programs, outreach and planning initiatives that benefit Hampton Roads' youth and their families.
New Year, New askHRgreen.org Website!
It's bigger, brighter and blooming with more great green info! Just launched, the newaskHRgreen.orgwebsite is now available. Featuring bold imagery, fun new tools and an incredible amount of content delivered to your fingertips, the new askHRgreen.org was created to provide a more engaging and informative experience for our Hampton Roads communities.READ MORE
2018 HRPDC Regional Legislative Priorities
At its October meeting the HRPDC approved its Regional Legislative Priorities for the 2018 General Assembly. Together with the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization's (HRTPO) Regional Legislative Priorities, Hampton Roads General Assembly members have a guide to the regional issues and projects important in Hampton Roads. READ MORE
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