Welcome to the official web site of the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC). The Commission was formed under the New Hampshire Statutes in 1966. SNHPC serves as the coordinating agency for the planning initiatives of fifteen communities in the region.
By taking a regional approach to address development concerns, we can attempt to craft effective and efficient solutions that will preserve the special character and valuable resources of the region.
The Commission is also the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region. The MPO is an organization that conducts transportation planning in a cooperative, comprehensive, and continuous manner. The Federal Highway Acts stipulate that highway construction funds in urbanized areas can only be utilized by states with an MPO in place.
Working Together: 40 Years of the
Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Video
Upper Lamprey Scenic Byway Meeting
November 12, 2014
2:00 PM, Deerfield Town Offices, 8 Raymond Rd.
Broadband Internet: It's Essential
November 19, 2014
9:00 AM, NH Municipal Association, 25 Triangle Park Dr., Concord
November 20, 2014
9:30 AM, SNHPC Confrerence Room
Capitol Corridor Alternatives Study Public Meeting
November 20, 2014
7:00 PM, Nashua Public Library, 2 Court St.
LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION
Climate Change Adaptation: Piscataquog River Watershed Stream Crossing Vulnerability Assessment Project
Wind/Solar Renewable Energy COmmunity Survey - Summary Report
Public Comment - Draft FY 2015 - FY 2018 TIP and Draft FY 2015 - FY 2040 Regional Transportation Plan
NH Rail Transit Authority Launches Passenger Rail Website
Expand Passenger Rail Service in New Hampshire Information Sheet - NH Rail Transit Authority
Regional Comprehensive Plan 2015: Moving Southern New Hampshire Forward
Central/Southern NH Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Final Report
Granite State Future - NH Climate Assessment
Concord-Manchester Transit Service Feasibility Study
SNHPC Regional Broadband Plan - DRAFT March 2014
New Hampshire's Energy Facility Siting Process: Report on Stakeholder and Citizen Feedback
FY 2013 Listing of Obligated Projects
New Hampshire DOT Project Viewer
Certified Sites Fact Sheet
ITS Architecture for the Southern New Hampshire Region 2013
November / December Media Blast (Meetings and Events)
November Community Report (Activities and Opportunities)
New Interactive Traffic Volume Maps
Manchester 2nd Street Corridor Access and Mixed Use Overlay Zoning Project
Inter-Municipal Resource Sharing Project
Regional Trails Plan 2012 - Salem, Manchester, Concord
NHDOT I-293 Exits 6 & 7 Corridor Study
Come visit the General John Stark Scenic Byway website!
Sustainable SNHPC Foundation
NH Capitol Corridor Rail & Transit Alternatives Analysis