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Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Businesses

Link to Downloadable Posters

Age-Focused Planning Initiative

Plan for Ashuelot Rail Trail: A Pilot Project

Monadnock Vital Economies

RFP:  Website Update

2020 Data Collection Internship

Highlights Newsletter

February 2020

Highlights Archive

 

SWRPC Meetings

Apr

8

The SWRPC Economic Advisory Committee will meet at 12:00 p.m.  To access the meeting remotely please download the free Zoom application and click here:

https://zoom.us/j/748475943

Meeting ID: 748 475 943

One tap Mobile

+16465588656,,748475943#

Or dial by your location:

+1 646 558 8656

For more information please contact Todd Horner of SWRPC staff.

Apr

14

The SWRPC Board of Directors will meet at 3:30.  For more information please contact Becky Baldwin of SWRPC staff.

Apr

22

The SWRPC Energy & Natural Resources Advisory Committee will meet at 3:30 p.m. at the SWRPC offices at 37 Ashuelot Street, Keene.  For more information please contact Lisa Murphy of SWRPC staff.

 

Other Meetings
 

The Monadnock Regional Coordinating Council For Community Transportation meeting scheduled for March 17 has been rescheduled for April 21.  For more information please contact Todd Horner of SWRPC staff.

 

April 6

The Monadnock Broadband Group will meet at 1:00 p.m.  To access the meeting remotely please download the free Zoom application and click here:

https://zoom.us/j/694946203

Meeting ID: 694 946 203

or use the one tap mobile:

+16465588656,,694946203#

or dial by your location:

+1 646 558 8656.

For more information please contact Henry Underwood of SWRPC staff.

 

April 21

The Monadnock Regional Coordinating Council For Community Transportation will meet at a time TBD.  For more information please contact Todd Hornerof SWRPC staff.

Items of Interest

The Regional Public Involvement Plan for Southwest New Hampshire has been adopted and released. To view the plan, please click here.

For NH planning events, see the NH Office of Strategic Initiatives Events Calendar.

Discover more about Granite State Future.

Municipal Survey Report

To learn about Monadnock Region Future: A Plan for Southwest New Hampshire visit

To learn about the Greater Keene Air Quality Education and Outreach Campaign visit.

To learn about the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant decommissioning process visit

~ Age Distribution ~

 

(Data Source)

1980

1990

2000

2010

 

0 - 17 yrs

18 - 64 yrs

65+ years

0 - 17 yrs

18 - 64 yrs

65+ years

0 - 17 yrs

18 - 64 yrs

65+ years

0 - 17 yrs

18 - 64 yrs

65+ years

New Hampshire

258,082

559,561

102,967

278,755

705,468

125,029

309,562

778,254

147,970

287,234

850,968

178,268

                         

Cheshire County

16,727

37,725

7,664

17,066

43,867

9,188

17,197

46,542

10,086

15,112

50,663

11,342

Hillsborough County

81,027

167,367

28,214

86,198

215,446

34,429

100,221

240,094

40,526

94,082

259,112

47,527

Sullivan County

10,275

20,976

4,812

9,873

23,043

5,676

9,654

24,420

6,384

9,202

27,323

7,217

                         

Alstead

443

860

158

461

1,066

194

505

1,193

246

410

1,226

301

Antrim

543

1,408

257

675

1,391

294

715

1,464

270

599

1,686

352

Bennington

262

512

116

353

766

117

400

888

113

379

966

131

Chesterfield

713

1,570

278

751

2,048

313

919

2,236

387

742

2,310

552

Dublin

295

859

149

393

916

165

345

936

195

330

1,016

251

Fitzwilliam

484

1,047

264

532

1,234

245

521

1,389

231

501

1,562

333

Gilsum

195

392

65

191

474

80

173

520

84

156

551

106

Greenfield

264

604

104

448

977

94

510

1,030

117

385

1,177

187

Greenville

581

1,176

231

635

1,345

251

610

1,368

246

488

1,352

265

Hancock

292

677

224

342

981

281

434

1,012

293

296

991

367

Harrisville

219

533

108

265

607

109

267

647

161

134

646

181

Hinsdale

1,085

1,085

436

1,005

2,398

533

1,062

2,522

498

856

2,606

584

Jaffrey

1,180

2,476

693

1,410

3,110

841

1,424

3,193

859

1,307

3,316

834

Keene

5,279

13,437

2,733

4,747

14,426

3,257

4,416

14,722

3,425

3,882

16,088

3,439

Langdon

131

253

53

155

359

66

125

391

70

151

417

120

Marlborough

483

1,112

251

485

1,170

272

449

1,252

308

408

1,313

342

Marlow

171

311

60

172

416

62

186

463

98

123

501

118

Nelson

128

263

51

151

333

51

172

394

68

139

471

119

New Ipswich

847

1,367

219

1,442

2,311

261

1,480

2,487

322

1,448

3,204

447

Peterborough

1,247

2,739

909

1,258

3,009

972

1,478

3,185

1,220

1,349

3,551

1,384

Richmond

151

311

56

249

539

89

315

641

121

278

729

148

Rindge

844

2,265

266

1,303

3,305

333

1,314

3,718

419

1,202

4,240

572

Roxbury

55

117

18

66

157

25

60

155

22

41

155

33

Sharon

44

113

27

70

198

31

88

232

40

65

229

58

Stoddard

100

296

86

141

411

70

187

601

140

263

726

243

Sullivan

195

195

48

203

434

69

189

487

70

126

475

83

Surry

200

406

50

162

428

77

144

422

107

124

475

133

Swanzey

1,472

3,113

598

1,562

3,892

782

1,704

4,215

881

1,473

4,684

1,073

Temple

199

421

72

361

743

90

387

801

109

301

890

175

Troy

711

1,207

213

606

1,257

234

539

1,223

200

495

1,404

246

Walpole

870

1,880

438

710

1,943

557

901

2,052

641

815

2,273

646

Westmoreland

383

820

249

358

960

278

348

1,062

337

315

1,190

369

Winchester

1,071

1,998

396

1,143

2,343

552

1,057

2,499

588

992

2,713

636

Windsor

17

45

10

11

84

12

68

123

10

47

154

23

SWRPC

21,154

45,868

9,886

22,816

56,031

11,657

23,492

59,523

12,896

20,620

65,287

14,851