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Internet Speed Test Pilot Project
Traffic Research Season Wraps Up
Town of Richmond Awarded CDBG Funding
Brownfields Activities
Local Mapping Projects
Peterborough Receives National Award
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New Information
To learn about Monadnock Region Future: A Plan for Southwest New Hampshire visit: www.swrpc.org/regionalplan.

To learn about the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company Northeast Energy Direct Project visit:www.swrpc.org/pipeline.

To learn about the Greater Keene Air Quality Education and Outreach Campaign visit: www.swrpc.org/airquality.
To learn about the Southwest New Hampshire Broadband Plan visit: www.swrpc.org/broadbandplan.

Upcoming Events
Feb. 2 The Southwest Region Planning Commission Transportation Advisory Committee will meet at 2:00 p.m. at 37 Ashuelot St. in Keene, NH.
Feb. 3 The Southwest Region Planning Commission Natural Resources Advisory Committee will meet at 3:30 p.m. at 37 Ashuelot St. in Keene, NH.
Feb. 10 The Southwest Region Planning Commission Board of Directors will meet at 4:30 p.m. at Papagallos Restaurant in Swanzey, NH.
Feb. 10 The Southwest Region Planning Commission Winter Meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. at Papagallos Restaurant in Swanzey, NH. Advanced registration is required. To RSVP, please email Becky Baldwin or call 357-0557. For more information, please view our invitation.
Additional Items of Interest

Invasive Plants of the Monadnock Region brochure from the Peterborough Conservation Commission and Open Space Committee. Click here.

The NH Broadband Mapping and Planning Program needs your help! Take the Broadband Access Survey and Speed Test to help identify homes and businesses that are un-served and underserved for high speed internet. Info

For additional NH planning events, see the NH Office of Energy and Planning Events Calendar.
Discover more about Granite State Future.

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Welcome to the Southwest Region Planning Commission Homepage.  SWRPC is one of nine regional planning commissions in New Hampshire established under RSA 36.  Our region covers a 34-town area in Cheshire, western Hillsborough, and Sullivan Counties.

 

Our Mission:
"To work in partnership with the communities of the Southwest Region to promote sound decision-making for the conservation and effective management of natural, cultural and economic resources."

 


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The Commission employs a staff of eight full-time professionals who possess a diverse range of planning related background and experience.  Please have a look around our web site and feel free to contact us for additional information and to discuss how we can assist you.

 

REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT

Guiding Change, The Southwest Region at the Beginning of the 21st Century
Guiding Change represents the updated regional plan for Southwest NH and covers eleven topic areas particularly relevant to community and regional planning, providing background statements, anticipated changes and policy guidance for each element.

Southwest Region Transportation Plan
The Regional Transportation Plan Update presents policy and technical information relevant to local, regional, and state activity for the planning and management of the transportation system.

Southwest Region Housing Trends & Conditions
The Southwest Region Housing Trends and Conditions report presents 1) a brief discussion of housing as a community development issue, including an overview of housing-related information at the national, state, regional and municipal levels, and 2) an array of data and statistics relevant to housing and prevailing socioeconomic conditions in the Southwest Region

Southwest Region Housing Needs Assessment
This report presents 1) a brief discussion of housing as a community development issue, including an overview of housing-related information at the national, state, regional and municipal levels, and 2) an array of data and statistics relevant to housing and prevailing socioeconomic conditions in the Southwest Region. The Planning Commission provides this report for use by local officials and others with interests in housing in the Southwest Region.

 

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