21 N Main St, PO Box 409
Randolph, VT 05060


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2017 Annual Report

Explore the Flood Plain Forest

RACDC stewards 15 acres of flood plain forest in downtown Randolph.

Supporting Local Business

RACDC helps businesses that need assistance with site selection or planning, obtaining funding for small and large projects, and finding resources and technical assistance to start, diversify, and grow.

Elder Housing with Dignity

RACDC continues to provide affordable quality senior housing for residents in Randolph.

Building Community

RACDC builds community by partnering with organizations to host events, workshops, fairs, and community projects.

Providing Affordable Homes

RACDC provides affordable housing for over 200 residents in 8 housing facilities in Randolph. We believe that having a safe and affordable home is fundamental to health.

Whats New

Randolph Region Re-Energized!

Randolph's Climate Economy Initiative, named R3 for RANDOLPH REGION RE-ENERGIZED The launch of Randolph's Climate Economy Model Communities Program on April 10 was a huge success, with over 250 people attending the day's various events. 

The May meeting narrowed down the task force priority initiatives to four: 1. Reduce Municipal & School Costs through Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Projects; 2. Attract & Support Climate Economy Businesses and Entrepreneurs and Strengthen Downtown Randolph; 3. Attract More Visitors to the Randolph Region; and 4. Energy Savings Opportunities for Homes and Businesses. Pick your group and come ready to get started! Groups will begin to create Action Plans and work with a team of federal, state, business and non-profit leaders to identify next steps and resources.

The next meeting will be held at Chandler Theater on June 11th, starting at 6:30 pm. See you there !!

To learn more about VCRD's Climate Economy Initiative and the other towns which have been selected, click the "Read More" link below.


Thank you New England Grassroots Environment Fund!

We are pleased to announce that, with the help of the Randolph Rotary Club, we have received funding for a picnic area in the floodplain forest off Prince street! Funding for the Randolph Floodplain Forest Picnic Area was provided by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund. www.grassrootsfund.org This project will be finished up in the spring; so stop in and check it out, and don't forget to check out the trail loop through the floodplain forest as well!

Tri-Town Community Center Exploratory Process

If we had a community center for the tri-town area, what would it look like? Do you want a place to take classes, or hang out after school? Would you meet up with friends or plan game nights? And—since we don’t have a physical community center at the moment—how might to connect and improve the spaces and resources we do have? Take the Survey!and join us this spring as we explore how we might create a “community center without walls” and improve social and community opportunities for our three towns.


Downtown Randolph Development Survey

We have finished analyzing and putting together the opinion survey on the needs of downtown Randolph. Thanks again to all who participated! Click read more to view infographic and presentation for a more in depth analysis on survey.

Pocket Park Fundraising Campaign

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