Energy Committee Collaboration Event

The Hardwick Energy Committee is working with Greensboro, Craftsbury, Albany, Glover, and Stannard on an energy education initiative to address energy needs in our homes in the region.

As part of this effort, the Greensboro Free Library is hosting a FREE, hands-on workshop presented by VEEP (Vermont Energy Education Program) on February 3 at 2 P.M. at the Greensboro Free Library.

This is an opportunity for adults to learn the science of heat transfer and how this relates to their homes. A specialist from the community will be available to answer questions following the program. 

The program is limited to 20 participants. Please call the Greensboro Free Library at (802) 533-2531 to register. Registration closes on Saturday, January 27.


Request for Proposals: East Hardwick Village Comprehensive Plan

Community Development and Planning Consultant Services

RFP Posted: Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Proposals Due: on or before 3:00 PM, Wednesday, February 7, 2024

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Project Summary: This project will engage the community in a planning process for the historic village of East Hardwick. The planning consultant will work with a broad range of stakeholders including village residents, property owners, businesses, and organizations. The completed comprehensive plan will create a blueprint for undertaking future projects in East Hardwick including: multimodal transportation improvements (streetscaping, wayfinding, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, parking, and access management), revised land use regulations and design standards, redevelopment and infill projects, marketing initiatives, recreation connections, and other community development activities.

Additionally, the project will identify opportunities to integrate green stormwater infrastructure into Village streetscaping, using the Vermont Green Streets Guide as inspiration, and also address key stormwater runoff issues at and around the Main Street Bridge.

Click here for the complete RFP.