If you have any questions on any submittal, please contact Planning Staff. Imagine Nashua Master Plan. In September 2020, Nashua kicked-off an update to its ... HomeGovernmentCity Departments A-MCommunity DevelopmentPlanning Department During the temporary suspension of services at City Hall, the Planning Department will continue to accept online application and mail-in requests. If you have any questions on any submittal, please contact Planning Staff. In September 2020, Nashua kicked-off an update to its Master Plan. Imagine Nashua will combine comprehensive community engagement with major plans created in the past 20 years to create an innovative vision for the future of Nashua. This plan will focus on equity, resilience, and climate protection. Information on All Board Meetings and Webex The Planning Department is a department within the Community Development Division Our mission is to provide the regulatory framework and leadership to guide the city in the process and maintenance of its vision and support of its respective boards and commissions by: Creating a structure for updating existing plans, developing new plans, and promoting those plans so they are broadly used as the basis for all future decision making Recommending land use regulations that will bring the city toward its vision Aggressively pursuing opportunities consistent with the vision through outreach to the community Leading the city to a higher level of understanding and commitment to the city's potential The following Boards, Commission, and land use information are overseen by the Planning Department: Boards and Commissions (Committee members are Mayoral appointments)
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Planning Board · Meetings 7 p.m. · Agendas & Minutes Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Planning Department at 603-589-3090. · Board ... HomeGovernmentCity OfficialsVolunteer Boards & CommissionsPlanning Board 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month City Hall Auditorium located on the 3rd floor Note: Only 1 meeting is held in January, July, August, September and December, which are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month. The Planning Staff is available before the meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. to answer questions. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Planning Department at 603-589-3090. If you cannot open the files download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader. Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes to be available not more than 5 business days after the meeting. View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes There shall be in the city a Planning Board whose membership shall consist of nine members; the mayor or his appointed representative, the city engineer, a member of the board of aldermen who shall be appointed by it, and six citizen members who shall be appointed by the mayor, said appointments to be confirmed by the board of aldermen. The Planning Board shall promote public interest in, and understanding of, the master plan and of the official map of the city as hereinafter provided and it shall do all things necessary and incidental to the promotion and execution of said plan and map. It shall also have all the powers conferred by statute on municipal planning boards. The board shall, however, be limited in the exercise of the foregoing duties and powers to the funds appropriated by the board of aldermen for such purposes. The Planning Board shall review and make recommendations to the mayor and board of aldermen on all locations for proposed municipal buildings and facilities, including educational, on the purchase and sale of any land by the city and on existing or dedicated streets to be discontinued or vacated. The Planning Board shall formulate a master plan of the city, carry out the statutory powers of a zoning commission, prepare an official map of the city, formulate regulations for the subdivision of land, the location of buildings within the bed of mapped streets, and have all other such powers as are conferred by statute upon municipal planning boards. All proposed plans, maps, regulations and zoning changes must be submitted to the board of aldermen for enactment into law, either by resolution or ordinance, as the case may be. [Ch. 77]
▻Auditorium Commission. 2012 ... ▻Local Emergency Planning Committee.
2019; 2018; 2017 ... ▻Nashua Housing and Redevelopment Authority. 2020;
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Feb 7, 2020 ... The plans differ slightly from plans displayed at the Design Public Hearing as
some additional crosswalks along the corridor have been added.