Southborough Community Preservation

History of CPA Southborough

The Community Preservation Act
History of CPA Southborough
CPC Annual Reports
Southborough Plan
Quick overview projects funded
FY2013 CPC Articles
FY 2012 CPC Articles
FY 2011 CPC Articles
FY10 CPC articles
FY09 CPC Articles
FY08 CPC articles
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News articles on SCPC
Letters to the CPC

Cordaville Triangle

History of the Southborough’s CPA

  • Passed by the Southborough Voters in May of 2003
  • Revenue Collection began in July 2003
  • Community Preservation Committee (CPC) approved and created in 2004
  • First projects approved at Town Meeting 2005

Approved Projects

  • Open Space and Recreation Plan
  • Open Space GIS Data Layer
  • Historic Document Preservation and Storage Facilities
  • Creation of Wildlife Viewing at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land
  • Funding for affordable housing
  • Preservation of Chestnut Hill Farm
  • Restoration of the Flagg School/Historical Society Museum
  • Southborough Community Oral History project
  • Restoration of the All Wars Memorial Project
  • Funding for affordable housing through the Housing Trust
  • Application fees for the South Union School to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Restoration of the South Union School
  • fund phase II of the Southborough Town Clerk's record restoration project
  • to fund the Stony Brook Museum for preconstruction costs
  • Public park improvements at the "triangle" intersection of River Street, Southville and Cordaville Roads.
  • fund the CPC Open space reserve fund portion of the Chestnut Hill Bond

The 2007 CPC Obligations

  • Review and Approve Projects
  • Develop a CPC Master Plan