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Due to the Public Health Emergency, SWRPC's physical offices are closed to the public.  We remain available via telephone and email.  Please call us at 603-357-0557 or click the "About", "Contact Staff" tab located in the upper left of this screen for a list of staff email addresses. 
Stay safe.  Stay well.

COVID-19 Resources Page

State of NH Social Distancing Broadband Impact Survey

Monadnock Vital Economies

Plan for Ashuelot Rail Trail: A Pilot Project

Highlights Newsletter

June 2020

Highlights Archive

 

SWRPC Meetings

July 28

The SWRPC Board of Directors will meet at 3:00 p.m.

To join the Zoom meeting via computer please click: https://bit.ly/July28BOD20

To join via phone please call (646) 558-8656

Meeting ID: 828 6997 9275

Password: 635 859

To join via toll free number please call (888)475-4499

For assistance logging in please contact Rich Clough of SWRPC staff.

For more information please contact Becky Baldwin of SWRPC staff. 

 

Other Meetings

July 15

The Monadnock Alliance for Sustainable Transportation wil meet at 3:30 p.m. 

To join the Zoom meeting via computer please click:

https://bit.ly/July15MAST20

To join via phone please dial: (646) 558-8656

Meeting ID: 827 8292 9926

Password:  006 250

To join via toll free number please dial: (888) 475-4499

For assistance logging in please contact Rich Clough of SWRPC staff.

For more information please contact Henry Underwood of SWRPC staff.

July 21

The Monadnock Regional Coordinating Council for Community Transportation will meet at 9:00 a.m.

To join the Zoom meeting via computer please click:

https://bit.ly/July21MRCC20

To join via phone please dial: (646) 558-8656 or toll-free (888) 475-4499

Meeting ID: 821 4146 142

Password: 114 421

To join via toll free number please dial: (888) 475-4499

For assistance logging in please contact Rich Clough of SWRPC staff.

For more information please contact Terry Johnson of 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

~ 2014 Educational Attainment ~

 

 

 

High School Grad
Some College
Associate's Degree
Bachelors Degree
Grad or Prof. Degree
% High School Grad or Higher
% Bachelors Degree or Higher
New Hampshire
267,359
173,926
88,466
197,937
 117,855
92.0%
34.4%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cheshire County
17,729
9,869
4,083
9,868
6,196
91.7%
30.8%
Hillsborough County
76,122
51,017
26,353
62,701
35,535
90.9%
35.5%
Sullivan County
11,667
5,505
2,586
5,501
3,121
90.2%
27.4%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alstead
404
222
115
278
240
92.8%
38.2%
Antrim
757
475
178
256
128
92.6%
19.8%
Bennington
331
225
59
138
80
92.7%
24.2%
Chesterfield
810
447
180
748
448
96.1%
43.7%
Dublin
419
124
103
250
220
93.8%
39.5%
Fitzwilliam
767
325
185
247
139
91.7%
22.4%
Gilsum
191
86
37
78
51
89.0%
25.9%
Greenfield
318
219
112
228
125
91.2%
31.8%
Greenville
681
334
116
136
36
87.6%
11.6%
Hancock
187
190
93
427
336
97.3%
61.1%
Harrisville
152
136
43
220
168
98.1%
52.9%
Hinsdale
1,252
655
349
184
115
87.2%
10.2%
Jaffrey
1,310
916
314
524
272
86.5%
20.6%
Keene
3,893
2,769
1,013
3,229
2,458
93.2%
39.7%
Langdon
208
93
37
101
58
93.4%
29.9%
Marlborough
419
253
152
262
147
89.5%
29.7%
Marlow
222
107
64
80
52
91.8%
23.1%
Nelson
94
80
31
141
98
98.4%
53.0%
New Ipswich
897
649
323
667
530
89.8%
35.1%
Peterborough
1,023
597
294
1,531
1,256
97.6%
57.8%
Richmond
280
155
49
184
86
92.7%
33.2%
Rindge
1,185
734
286
608
239
92.5%
25.7%
Roxbury
55
47
18
35
16
94.5%
28.2%
Sharon
53
32
14
80
80
97.4%
60.2%
Stoddard
244
194
73
200
135
97.9%
38.8%
Sullivan
200
62
21
93
62
87.6%
31.0%
Surry
205
144
81
190
60
95.6%
35.2%
Swanzey
2,053
860
387
851
469
88.6%
25.3%
Temple
386
250
74
231
125
92.0%
30.7%
Troy
628
322
115
281
78
91.1%
23.0%
Walpole
900
531
191
572
188
96.1%
30.7%
Westmoreland
481
239
121
305
284
94.6%
39.0%
Winchester
1,565
461
155
281
171
85.8%
14.7%
Windsor
96
41
11
12
24
90.6%
17.7%
SWRPC Region (Total or Average %)
22,666
12,974
5,404
13,675
9,004
92.6%
32.5%