From the Executive Director

Executive Director's Update

May 2019 Update

This month’s Executive Director’s Update recognizes two accomplishments:  City of Riverside Council Member, Sara S. Lommatzsch, receiving the Arthur D. Haddad Regional Steward Award on April 18, 2019, at the Annual Spring Dinner, and the upcoming retirement of longtime MVRPC staff member, Laura Loges, on May 31, 2019. These events, along with a short video about the Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network, are available by clicking Read Full Article. Read full article

April 2019 Update

The April update features a summary of new transportation projects which received Board of Director’s approval on March 7, 2019. Over $26.6 million in federal transportation funds, for twenty-one (21) roadway, traffic signal, bikeway, transit, transportation alternatives, and planning projects, will benefit the Miami Valley Region. The update also includes a list of May events to celebrate National Bike Month, an update on MVRPC’s Air Quality Awareness Program’s recent partnership with the National Weather Service in Wilmington, and new grant and funding opportunities available. Click Read Full Article for the full Executive Director’s Update for this month. Read full article

March 2019

The March update features a new TV commercial about the RIDESHARE Program celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year.  The video is available through the Full Article link below. The update also includes photos from the National Association of Regional Councils’ conference in Washington D.C. and MVRPC staff at the Women’s Transportation Seminar at the Dayton Regional STEM School. Click Read Full Article for the Executive Director’s Update for this month. Read full article

February 2019

This month’s update features the new Arts and Culture Regional Profile. MVRPC staff compiled this summary of the local arts and cultural assets, arts vibrancy and engagement, and the economic impact of the arts in the Miami Valley to provide a snapshot of this Region's burgeoning arts scene. This month's update also includes a profile on a new MVRPC staff member and on the newly-appointed ODOT Director. Click Read Full Article to learn more about these topics and more. Read full article