Since 2013, CNHRPC has assisted the City of Concord and other communities in the region conduct bicycle and pedestrian traffic counts. Counts are typically conducted in May and September, and volunteers make up a very important portion of the data collection effort. If you are interested in volunteering for a count, or if there is a location in your community that you think should be included in the count, please let us know! CNHRPC and the NH Department of Transportation have been counting car and truck traffic regularly for many years, but the counting of non-motorized users is a new initiative, with CNHRPC taking a leadership role in the state. In addition to the volume count, it is possible to track other information such as male/female split, rates of helmet usage, the percentage of kids, or whatever else is important to your community. As the database begins to grow, it will be useful information to help assist transportation and land use decisions.
Horseshoe Pond Community Room, 26 Commercial Street, Concord
Concord Area Google Transit
The Draft Central NH Broadband Plan is available for review. The document describes current broadband availability and demand in the Central NH Region, reviews the State and Federal regulatory framework regarding broadband, discusses barriers and challenges to improved broadband, and outlines potential goals and opportunities.
Central New Hampshire Broadband Plan
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
Chapter 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.
CEDS Final Document
CEDS Final Appendices