What’s important to you in the City of Holyoke?

Updated: May 18

What’s important to you in the City of Holyoke? Take the Participatory Asset Mapping (P.A.M.) survey

Olde Holyoke Development Corporation with Nueva Esperanza and the UMass Dept of Landscaper Architecture and Urban Planning, bringing The PAM Project, a community survey, to Holyoke!

The Participatory Asset Mapping (PAM) Project aims to collect and disseminate information about Holyoke’s cultural assets, from the perspective of local residents. We have gathered information from interviews and other studies focused on everything from cultural activities to historic landmarks and social organizations. All this information is available through this site (links on the left) for the community’s benefit. This compilation is not intended to be conclusive. This site was designed to gather information directly by people who live in Holyoke, make its history, and want to share their opinions about what is important and should be valued in the city. The Participatory Asset Mapping project is for use by the community. You can participate by sending us information to update these pages or using interactive tools. New information collected will be found here.  We hope that all of this work will be useful to the community in achieving its goals.

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