Town of Alton

Official Website of Alton, New Hampshire

Master Plan Survey and Information

The Master Plan Committee is a subcommittee of the Planning Board.

State law (RSA 674:1-4) requires the Planning Board to develop and, from time to time, update a plan containing its recommendations regarding the future growth and development of the community. The guiding principles for the plan are to be based on the desires of citizens. The plan provides guidance for the work of the Planning Board and other town officials for the next ten years or so.

Alton's current Master Plan was adopted in 2007 and can be found here:
https://www.alton.nh.gov/forms/planning/Master%20Plan%202007.pdf

In 2020 Alton voters approved funds to hire a professional planning consultant to assist the Planning Board with the update of the town's Master Plan. The Master Plan Committee was appointed to oversee the process of finding and hiring the consultant, and to work with the consultant to collect the public input necessary to guide the plan update.

If you have not already completed the Committee's brief 3-question survey, you can do so now by clicking here:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AltonMasterPlan

The survey results, upcoming events, and other updates will be posted here. If you would like to volunteer to assist with the plan update please contact either Jessica A. Call, Town Planner, at planner@alton.nh.gov, or Amelia Cate, Planning Secretary, at plansec@alton.nh.gov, or contact the office at (603) 875-2162.

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