What I like best is that the area is still rural.

-Hudson

 

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Nashua Regional Planning Commission

9 Executive Park Drive, Suite 201find_us_on_facebook_logo_small_email.gif
Merrimack, NH 03054
Phone: 603.424.2240
Fax: 603.424.2230

Like the other eight regional planning commissions, Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) is creating its own regional plan based on what the people of our region tell us they want for their future. Throughout our planning process, we will gather the opinions of people who work, visit, and live in our region. The result will be a plan full of information that citizens, businesses, and local governments can use to achieve their goals for their communities. The plan will fulfill the directive of the New Hampshire Legislature that each regional planning commission create a plan for the region’s future.

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Get Involved

Everyone is invited to share their opinions by answering a few questions about any town in which they work, live, or visit via our “Add Your Ideas” online survey. The responses to these questions will be put on our website where everyone can access them and will drive our planning process.

Results from NRPC's outreach efforts through the summer and fall of 2012 are summarized in the Outreach Report Handout.

We are currently in the process of coordinating committees on each of the components for the Regional Plan including the Regional Advisory Sub-committee, Transportation, Community and Economic Vitality, Housing, and Natural Resources. For more information on these committees, please refer to our Roles and Responsibilities document.

For more information on what the NRPC is doing to plan for A Granite State Future, please contact Jen Czysz at JenC@nashuarpc.org 

What People Are Saying About the Region


What They Like Best

  • “Not far from city conveniences, but easy to find quiet, natural places” – Hudson
  • “Scenery. Small. Friendly people. Small businesses. Style of homes.” – Mason
  • “Skate park” - Nashua
     

What Could Make it Better

  • “More public transportation” – Hudson
  • “More housing for senior and more things for young teens to do” – Mason
  • “Trees and on-street parking” – Nashua
 

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NRPC Staff, Jen Czysz and Karen Baker, holding down the tent at the Tree Streets Block Party in Nashua with James Vayo, Regional Advisory Subcommitee member.

 

 

 

Granite State Future Survey, NRPC Oversample Report, Conducted by the UNH Survey Center - July 2013

Upcoming Events:

Past Events:

September 30th Submission Deadline
Kids Art Contest

September 24, 2013
NRPC Regional Plan Advisory Subcommittee

September 18, 2013
Community and Economic Vitality Subcommittee Meeting

September 10, 2013
Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

July 17, 2013
Community and Economic Vitality Subcommittee Meeting

July 18, 2013
Regional Water Infrastructure Watershop

May 31, 2013
Community & Economic Vitality Workshop

April 30, 2013
Regional Community Conversations

April 9, 2013
NRPC Regional Advisory Committee

March 29, 2013 
Housing Workshop

February 26, 2013
NRPC Regional Plan Advisory Subcommittee

February 12, 2013
NRPC Transportation Workshop

January 29, 2013
NRPC Regional Plan Advisory Subcommittee

November 29, 2012
NRPC Open House

October 18, 2012:
Southern NH Expo

August 18, 2012:
Hudson Old Home Days

September 8, 2012:
Nashua Tree Streets Block Party

September 9, 2012:
Mason Old Home Days

September 15, 2012: 
Hollis Old Home Day 

September 15, 2012: 
Pelham Old Home Day 

September 29, 2012: 
Merrimack Fall Festival

October 6-7, 2012: 
Milford Pumpkin Festival

 

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