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The NEPC is thrilled to bring you our Annual Conference and Trade Show once AGAIN! This August we will bring back together parking and transportation professionals from universities, municipalities, hospitals, airports and from the private sector. Attendees will gather in Boston for two days of socially distanced educational sessions and networking opportunities. Vendors will exhibit the latest and greatest in parking and transportation technology and services.
This year's conference features a diverse group of presentations including virtual permitting, Vision Zero, Parking Guidance and Keynote Speaker: Paulo Nunes-Eno, Sustainable Mobility Innovator, Nunes-Ueno Consulting.
This year for the first time attendees can take advantage of participating in the Annual Charity Golf Tournament which will take place the first day of the conference, Wednesday, August 4 at the Newton Commonwealth Golf Course. A portion of the tournament proceeds will go to Haley House. Haley House uses food with purpose and the power of community to break down barriers between people, empower individuals, and strengthen neighborhoods. They believe in radical solutions: solving problems at their root by challenging attitudes that perpetuate suffering and building alternative models.
They’re made up of 5 branches:
Direct Services: The soup kitchen, food pantry, elder meal, and clothing room in the South End are run entirely by the Live-In Community, volunteer staff in residence. They serve over 36,000 meals a year in the soup kitchen and distribute over 65,000 meals a year through the food pantry.
Housing: The Housing Program contains more than 100 units of permanent, affordable housing scattered throughout the South End neighborhood. 24 units are reserved for formerly homeless individuals who stay an average of 8.2 years. The remaining units are reserved for low-income families.
Urban Farming: Community and school-based farming partnerships encourage healthy lifestyles, build community, and contribute to healthy and local food access (Thornton Farm in Roxbury, McKinley Garden in the South End).
Education & Training:
Social Enterprise: Haley House Bakery Café: A social enterprise restaurant encompassing a full-service café, and catering, offering healthy, made-from-scratch, affordable food in the heart of Roxbury’s Nubian Square with extensive community-initiated programming including:
Haley House uses food with purpose and the power of community to break down barriers between people, empower individuals, and strengthen neighborhoods. They believe in radical solutions: solving problems at their root by challenging attitudes that perpetuate suffering and building alternative models.
Are you looking for guidance from a seasoned parking professional? Do you have wisdom to share with someone building their career in parking & mobility?
Join our Mentoring Program! The deadline to apply for our first round is April 15, 2021
The New England Parking Council (NEPC) is comprised of Parking and Transportation Professionals seeking to share knowledge, development, and support while building strong business relationships via networking and educational opportunities. We seek to empower all professionals in municipal On-street parking, university parking and hospital parking operations.
Videos from our Municipal Forum January 25, 2021
NEPC / NYSPTA Joint Webinars
Beyond the Curve: Post-Pandemic Back to Work for Employees and Employers
June 17, 2020 * 11:00 AM
What is the New "Normal"
May 5, 2020