Community Preservation Committee Website
2014 Annual Town report
The Committee looks forward to working with the Town’s boards, commissions, private citizens and businesses to identify projects that will preserve and enhance our Town’s quality of life.
To qualify for CPA (Community Preservation Act) funding, a project must meet the legal requirements for one or more of the following project categories:
• Historical Preservation
• Open Space
• Community Housing
Is our Project Eligible?
|Canton's CPA Projects
| HS Tennis Court Restoration
| Veteran’s Housing - Electrical Box Replacement for 13 units
||2014||Canton Housing Authority||$30,000|
| Veteran’s Housing - Smoke Detector Upgrade for 26 units
||2014||Canton Housing Authority||$63,700|
| Canton Corner Cemetery Gravestone Restoration, Phase 1
||2014||Historical Commission and DPW||$25,000|
| 1840 Friendship Quilt by Canton women
| Civil War Soldier Statue Restoration at Memorial Hall
Schedule for Applicants
Projects for consideration at the 2016 Town Meeting, should observe the following schedule: Pre-application period opens July 1, 2015 and forms are due by October 1, 2015
Full project applications are due by November 17, 2015
The Committee is planning to a host a workshop for CPA applicants this summer, more details to follow.
Community Preservation Plan2015 Approved Plan
After adopting the Community Preservation Act, each community must develop a Community Preservation Plan to facilitate implementation of the Act, according to Section 5 (b)1 of CPA. The Community Preservation Committee must hold a public hearing and update the plan every year.
For more information visit www.communitypreservation.org , as well as view the following instructions and guidance on Canton’s specific process for application funding
For project information contact CCPC Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (339) 502-5729.