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Welcome to the official website 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 fourteen 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.

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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: 50 Years of the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Video


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MEETING NOTICE             

Memorial Day Holiday  
May 29, 2017
Office Closed!

Retirement Party for David J. Preece, AICP  
May 30, 2017
5:00 PM, Devine, Millimet and Branch Office, 111 Amherst St, Manchester
Please RSVP to Linda Moore-O'Brien

Becoming Age-Friendly Community Forum  
May 31, 2017
5:30 PM, NH Institute of Politics, Saint Anselm College, 100 Saint Anselm Dr., Manchester

SNHPC Executive Committee Meeting  
June 1, 2017
7:30 AM, Belmont Hall

Partnering for Performance NH Colloquium: Tools for Success  
June 7, 2017
12:00 PM, New Hampshire Municipal Association, Concord

Manchester Connects Plan Launch   
June 21, 2017
5:30 - 7:00 PM, UNH Manchester, 88 Commercial St. (2nd Floor)


Pleasant Lake Watershed Restoration Plan



Office Space For Lease - 438 Dubuque St., Manchester

May/June Media Blast (Meetings and Events)  

May Community Report (Activities and Opportunities)   

SNHPC Executive Director David J. Preece, AICP to Retire  

2017 NH Small MS4 General Permit Information

FY 2017 - FY 2040 Regional Transportation Plan for the SNHPC - Adopted January 24, 2017  

Proposed FY 2017-2020 SNHPC TIP Amendment #1  

Draft City of Manchester Bicycle Master Plan  

Becoming Age-Friendly Community Assessments  

Complete Streets Toolkit  

FY 2017 - 2020 TIP  

Piscataquog River Watershed Culvert Prioritization Model  

Planners' Roundtable Accessory Dwelling Units - Learn the New Law! Handouts  

Manchester Connects P1: Summary of Work in Preparation for Part 2 Concept Plans and Action Kits  

New Manchester Connects Project Website!   

NH DOT Staff Pedestrian/Bicycle Training Presentation  

DRAFT Coordinated Public Transit/Human Services Transportation Plan for the Greater Derry-Salem Region  

DRAFT Pleasant Lake Watershed Restoration Plan and new Water Quality Goals  

A Health Impact Assessment of the Gossler Park Neighborhood - Final Report April 2016  

Piscataquog River Watershed Culvert Prioritization Model Project        

FY 2017 - FY 2026 Ten Year Transporation Improvement Plan - Draft  

Title VI / Environmental Justice Program Report    

2017-2026 NH DOT Ten Year Plan - GACIT          



Sustainable SNHPC Foundation

Content Based Sign Presentation - Planners Roundtable 1/22/16  

City of Manchester Second Street Corridor Study - Final Report - July 2015

Goffstown Hazard Mitigation Plan - Update 2015

NH Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment:  Elm St. in Manchester from Orange St. to Hamover St.

Central/Southern NH Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Final Report     

City of Manchester, HUD Consolidated Plan 2015  

NH Capitol Corridor Rail & Transit Study        

New Hampshire Capitol Corridor Rail Alternatives: At A Glance

Liveable Walkable Communities Toolkit - Updated 2014 with Complete Streets

See Recently Released Solar Friendly Best Planning Practices for New Hampshire Communities

FY 2015 Listing of Obligated Projects  

Moving Southern New Hampsire Forward: 2015-2035:  Updated Regional Comprehensive Plan adopted by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission on December 16, 2014 

Climate Change Adaptation:  Piscataquog River Watershed Stream Crossing Vulnerability Assessment Project         

NH Rail Transit Authority Passenger Rail Website     

Granite State Future - NH Climate Assessment   

SNHPC Regional Broadband Plan - March 2014          

New Hampshire DOT Project Viewer  

Certified Sites Fact Sheet                        

Inter-Municipal Resource Sharing Project