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Request For Proposals for Commute Green New Hampshire

Branding, website development, and marketing services. Please view RFP here: Commute Green New Hampshire RFP

Local Energy Solutions Conference: March 21, 2015
Brought to you by the New Hampshire Local Energy Work Group, the annual LES Conference provides critical resources, information, and guidance for individuals, local governments and school districts across the state seeking to implement an energy reduction or renewable energy project in their municipality. The conference provides an ideal forum to meet and learn from other New Hampshire residents who have successfully implemented an energy project, hear best practices, identify financing options, and much, much more. For additional information and to register, please visit: http://lesconference.nhenergy.org/.

21st Annual Spring Planning & Zoning Conference

Spring Planning & Zoning

Central New Hampshire Regional Plan 2015 

The CNHRPC has completed the Central New Hampshire Regional Plan 2015 which was adopted in February of 2015. The plan is divided into nine separate chapters and includes two additional appendices. Links to each chapter can be found below.

Cover, Acknowledgments, and Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Regional Story
Chapter 2: Vision
Chapter 3: Implementation
hapter 4: Housing
Chapter 5: Economic Development
Chapter 6: Transportation
Chapter 7: Natural Resources Part One
Chapter 7: Natural Resources Part Two
Chapter 8: Weather Hazards
Chapter 9: Energy
Appendix A: Exisiting Conditions
Appendix B: Housing Data

Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)

 The CEDS is a comprehensive economic development strategy for the 20-community CNHRPC region, plus five towns within the Southern New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission region (Bedford, Goffstown, Hooksett, New Boston and Weare). Its purpose is to present various economic and demographic data and to identify common strengths and weaknesses, as well as projects and strategies to strengthen the local economy.  The CEDS was approved by the Full Commission on October 9, 2014.