posted on: 10/26/2017

The City of Dover is developing a new chapter of the Master Plan to address changes in climate. The Climate Adaptation Chapter is being led by a steering committee comprised of Dover citizens appointed by the Planning Board. The Dover Planning and Community Development Department, Strafford Regional Planning Commission and University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Service are providing support for the project.

The Steering Committee has already held a public workshop to gather feedback on the first draft of the Climate Adaptation Chapter of the Master Plan. An online survey is also available to provide feedback to the Steering Committee. There are six main topic areas of the chapter. Each topic area has at least one issue and associated objective or objectives, and each objective has several draft actions. The Steering Committee is looking for your feedback on these draft actions.

To access the survey, click here.  

Online survey seeks input on proposed climate change chapter of Dover Master Plan

posted on: 10/26/2017

The City of Dover is developing a new chapter of the Master Plan to address changes in climate. The Climate Adaptation Chapter is being led by a steering committee comprised of Dover citizens appointed by the Planning Board. The Dover Planning and Community Development Department, Strafford Regional Planning Commission and University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Service are providing support for the project.

The Steering Committee has already held a public workshop to gather feedback on the first draft of the Climate Adaptation Chapter of the Master Plan. An online survey is also available to provide feedback to the Steering Committee. There are six main topic areas of the chapter. Each topic area has at least one issue and associated objective or objectives, and each objective has several draft actions. The Steering Committee is looking for your feedback on these draft actions.

To access the survey, click here.

As the project proceeds, draft documents and other materials will be available on the Master Plan section of the the City's website here.

Once a draft of the new chapter is complete, it will be presented to the Planning Board for review. At that point, the Planning Board will hold a public hearing, followed by a meeting for adoption once final edits have been completed.

For more information, contact the Planning Department at 516-6008.