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Strafford Regional Planning Commission

The CEDS is both a document and a process; it is designed to bring together both private and public sectors to create a roadmap to strengthen regional economies. Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) will be responsible for developing and implementing a CEDS for Strafford County and the Towns of Brookfield and Wakefield in Carroll County.

The purpose of this web site is to encourage use of the regional ITS architecture and gather feedback so that the architecture is used and continues to reflect the intelligent transportation system vision for the region. Sections provide access to the stakeholders, the transportation systems in the region (the Inventory), the transportation-related functions that are envisioned, and the existing and planned integration opportunities in the region.
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This web page has an interactive mapping tool allows you to explore the projects that have been identified in the 2012 Strafford-Rockingham Region ITS Strategic Plan. It is based on Google Maps and allows for viewing of project groups and their time frame.

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An updated ten-year Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Strategic Plan for the Strafford-Rockingham region. [Download 5.3MB / 62 pages PDF]

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Conservation Planning

Strafford Regional Planning Commission supports efforts to conserve the natural resource values of our coastal watershed lands. To ensure a healthy environment into the future, it is essential that communities identify, retain, and protect the remaining undeveloped lands and waters. These are lands and waters that support the most important of the natural resource values and functions, as established by private individuals, municipalities, and local, regional and national land trusts.

Strafford Regional Planning Commissions works with communities and nonprofits to identify lands and waters, and to develop and implement voluntary and regulatory land conservation strategies. Our priorities are to assist with the protection of land through acquisition and to assist with the regulation of the location, density and design of development in the area.

Please contact SRPC for further information at srpc@strafford.org.

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Land Conservation Plan For New Hampshire's Coastal Watersheds

Watershed diagramThe goal of The Land Conservation Plan for New Hampshire's Coastal Watersheds is to focus conservation on those lands and waters that are most important for conserving living resources -- native plants, animals, and natural communities -- and water quality in the coastal watersheds. The Plan identifies and describes a portfolio of areas that represent the best remaining opportunities to conserve the critical ecological, biological, and water resources of NH's coastal watersheds, and identifies and describes a set of voluntary regulatory land conservation strategies available for protecting these important areas. Where are the most significant areas for focusing conservation resources? Why are the areas so important? And how can communities conserve these areas?

plan coverDownload Executive Summary "The Land Conservation Plan For New Hampshire’s Coastal Watersheds" (600 KB PDF)

Download complete Coastal Watershed Plan (268 pg, 28 MB PDF format)

If you have difficulty downloading these documents, you may also try to download the PDF from this link:

http://www.nhep.unh.edu/resources/pdf/the_land_conservation-tnc-06.pdf

 

 

 

Funding for this project generously provided by the New Hampshire Estuaries Project, New Hampshire Coastal Program, and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's Piscataqua Region.

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