When does the CPC meet?

On 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month.

Additionally, at least once per year (per CPA law), a Public Hearing is required. Residents are asked to provide feedback on the Community Preservation Plan (CPP) and potential projects.

 CPC meetings are posted on Framingham’s Public Meeting Portal

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1. What is the Community Preservation Act (CPA)?
2. How are CPA funds allocated?
3. When was the Community Preservation Act adopted in Framingham?
4. What is the Community Preservation Committee (CPC)?
5. When does the CPC meet?
6. Can I ask to join the Community Preservation Committee?
7. Does the CPC have a Facebook page or Twitter account that I can follow?
8. How can I contact Community Preservation Committee with questions or feedback?
9. Where does the CPA money to fund projects come from?
10. What is the CPA Surcharge and how is it shown on the tax Bill?
11. What are Exemptions for the surcharge?
12. What is the Community Preservation Plan (CPP)?
13. What sort of projects are eligible for CPA funding?
14. Can CPA funds be used for any public project in Framingham?
15. Can CPA funds be used for private projects in Framingham?
16. Do any committees in Framingham automatically get awarded any CPA funds?
17. Can Community Preservation Committee members create or submit CPA projects?
18. When can I submit a project to request CPA funding be submitted?
19. What are the steps for submitting a Framingham CPA project?
20. Where do I find the Pre-Qualification and Application forms?
21. Will the Pre-Qualification and Application forms be available in other languages?
22. Will paper Pre-Qualification and Application forms be available?
23. If my project is rejected or not recommended for funding, can I resubmit it?
24. When can I submit Pre-Qualification forms?
25. When can I submit the full application form?
26. Who gives the final approval for CPA project funding requests?
27. What actions does the City Council take with the CPC recommended projects?