Plan. Implement. Thrive. Economic Report April 24, 2019 The Connect Hyde Park project focuses on three key components of Village Planning and Revitalization, transportation, streetscaping and economic development. To get a complete picture of what the local economy looks like, DuBois & King brought Cam… Read more » Project Update! December 20, 2018 The Connect Hyde Park Project has been moving forward at a steady pace over the past several months. The Resident and Visitor survey received over 80 responses, which is providing some useful information to Camoin Associates, our economic development… Read more » Take the Village & Visitor Survey! September 25, 2018 One of the key pieces of the Connect Hyde Park Project is to improve our understanding of why people come to the Village of Hyde Park, and if they don’t – what would make them more likely to? Our first step in answering this question, is to ask you! … Read more » Welcome to the online home of the Connect Hyde Park Project! Connect Hyde Park is a 14-month effort to develop a master plan for the Town and Village of Hyde Park that provides the community with an action plan that will help the community invest in its future by improving walking and biking, promoting economic development and encouraging community engagement. This project seeks to improve safety in the village, and to take advantage of the Lamoille Valley Rail trail, one of the most exciting opportunities for outdoor activity in the state. By connecting the trail with our community’s assets and making the village a safe and inviting place to be, we can enhance our sense of place and increase economic vitality. This web site is the place to go to to keep up to date on project happenings, track project progress, view results, and be informed about opportunities for you to directly participate. If you would like to be notified when there is new content on the site, please join our mailing list. This project is funded by a Vermont Better Connections Grant through the Agency of Transportation and Agency of Commerce and Community Development. For more information on the Better Connections Program, go to the Better Connections web page.