Current Announcements

>>Check out a new video discussing Chemical Safety and Climate Change Resources for businesses and municipalities, offered through the Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance.

>>Draft Amendment 1 of the Northern Middlesex Regional Transportation Plan is now available for public comment through August 17th, 2018.

>>The NMMPO, at its meeting on May 23, 2018 voted to endorse the FFY 2019-2023 Transportation Improvement Program and the FFY 2019 Unified Planning Work Program. These documents become effective on October 1, 2018.

>>NMCOG Council Meeting presentation on the Baker/Polito Housing Choice Initiative is now available.

 

>> The Final Report of the Middlesex 3 Transportation Study is now available for download on our study website. 

>>The Lowell Regional Transit Authority is holding a series of public meetings to hear comments on a proposed fare increase.  For more information, check out the notice on the LRTA website.

>> NMCOG Council Meeting presentation on "What's new at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center" is now available.

>>Announcement: Chemical Safety and Climate Change Resiliency Training Session to be held on March 1, 2018 at the UMASS Lowell Inn and Conference Center. 

>> The HAZMAT worksheet, Emergency Pre-Plan Template, and presentations are available from the September 12 Chemical Safety and Climate Resiliency Training session

>> The 2017 Northern Middlesex Regional Transportation Safety Report is now available.

>>The 2016 Northern Middlesex Regional Traffic Volume Report is now available.

>> NMCOG's Upper Merrimack Street/Pawtucket Street Land Use and Zoning Analysis for the City of Lowell is now available.

>> NMCOG is currently accepting applications for the position of Transportation Planner.

>> Baker/Polito Administration announces Chemical Safety Training Grant Awards to NMCOG and several Regional Planning Agencies in the Commonwealth

>>NMCOG has published a 2017-2021 Housing Production Plan for the Town of Westford.

>> The Sealer of Weights and Measures has issued the 2017 public notice for businesses in Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Littleton, Lowell and Tewksbury. 

>> Lowell was ranked #17 among the best cities for women in the U.S.

>> At the NMCOG Annual Meeting, guest speaker Senator Donoghue outlined Bill #4569, an Act relative to job creation, workforce development and infrastructure development