Medford Community Preservation Committee News

Governor Baker Signs FY20 Budget with CPA Funding Increase (Aug 1, 2019)

Great news for CPA communities! On July 31, 2019, Governor Baker officially signed the FY20 state budget providing a permanent increase to the CPA Trust Fund.

Reminder: Community Preservation Act 2019 Funding Round Upcoming Deadline (Apr 11, 2019)

Project Eligibility Determination Forms (EDFs) and extension requests are due on April 26, 2019. The EDF submission deadline may be extended to May 24, 2019 upon written request.

2018 Annual Report (Jan 23, 2019)

The 2018 Annual Report is now available.  This report provides an update on the CPC's activities in 2018 and a summary of the needs and priorities that will guide the funding round beginning in 201

December 11, 2018 Public Hearing/Public Meeting Video Now Available (Dec 17, 2018)

The video from the December 11, 2018 Public Hearing and Public Meeting for the off-cycle application for the Chevalier Theatre AC project is now availalble.

2018 Annual Review and Survey (Dec 6, 2018)

Take our 2018 Needs and Priorities Survey and see the accomplishments of the CPA program in 2018 here

10/2/18 CPC Meeting Video Now Available (Oct 9, 2018)

Watch the second half of applicant presentations from the October 2, 2018 meeting.

9/25/18 CPC Meeting Video Now Available (Oct 2, 2018)

Watch the first half of applicant presentations from the September 25, 2018 meeting.

September 11 CPA Public Presentations cancelled - Power Outage (Sep 11, 2018)

Due to a power outage at Medford High School, September 11th public presentations for the 2nd round of CPA funding have been postponed.  Those presentations scheduled for 9/11 are rescheduled for T

Medford City Council Approves 11 CPA Projects (Aug 28, 2018)

The City Council approved 11 Community Preservation Act projects at its May 29 meeting, covering all of the CPA categories of affordable housing, historic preservation, and open space and recreatio

Final FY19 State Budget includes $10M in Surplus funding for CPA (Aug 12, 2018)

On July 31st, the state legislature ended their formal sessions for the year, and with the