Have a say in our future!

How are transportation, housing issues and economic development affecting southeastern New Hampshire for the better or worse? What about how we use the land and natural resources, protect historic and cultural resources, or deal with climate change and energy?

Over the next two months, Rockingham Planning Commission (RPC) is hosting a series of regional conversations to gather public feedback on local needs and priorities related to a range of topics that impact our region. The input will help shape the update of RPC’s regional master plan, an advisory document that provides a vision and a set of goals to support local decision-making, enhance regional cooperation, and help guide the region’s future development.

All community members are encouraged to attend one or more of the regional conversations listed below.

Regional Master Plan Update Conversations* 
Topics: Transportation, Economic Development and Housing
  •  September 9 (Monday) – Epping Town Hall (6:00 to 8:00 pm)
  •  September 23 (Monday) – Plaistow Public Library (6:00 to 8:00 pm)
  •  September 25 (Wednesday) – Portsmouth Public Library (6:00 to 8:00 pm)
Topics: Land Use, Natural Resources, Energy & Climate Change, and Cultural & Historic Resources
  • October 7 (Monday) – Seabrook Library (5:30 to 7:45 pm)
  • October 10 (Thursday) – Brentwood Community Center (6:00 to 8:30 pm)
  • October 23 (Wednesday) – Hampstead Town Hall (6:00 to 8:30 pm)
*Registration is requested. To register, please visit  www.surveymonkey.com/s/RPCConversationRegistration or call us at (603)778-0885. Additional information is also available on the project website www.rpc-nh.org/gsf.
The regional conversations are being conducted as part of a statewide effort to update regional master plans by all nine regional planning commissions around New Hampshire as part of the collaborative Granite State Future initiative. Additional information about the update to the RPC’s regional master plan update is available at www.rpc-nh.org/gsf and information for the statewide Granite State Future project is available at www.granitestatefuture.org.
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