posted on: 4/4/2019

Whether you own or rent your home, have lived in Dover your whole life or recently moved here, there are resources available to you via the Planning Department. Site plans, subdivisions, Master Plan chapters and other Planning Board items are not the only responsibilities of the Planning and Community Development Department.

From wanting a new business sign to large special projects, the award-winning Planning Department comprises seven employees available to help with transportation, mapping, changing your property, visioning Dover’s future, trails, architecture, land use exceptions, changing regulations, conservation lands, waterfront development, CDBG funds, and more.  

Planning Department offers numerous resources

posted on: 4/4/2019

Whether you own or rent your home, have lived in Dover your whole life or recently moved here, there are resources available to you via the Planning Department. Site plans, subdivisions, Master Plan chapters and other Planning Board items are not the only responsibilities of the Planning and Community Development Department.

From wanting a new business sign to large special projects, the award-winning Planning Department comprises seven employees available to help with transportation, mapping, changing your property, visioning Dover’s future, trails, architecture, land use exceptions, changing regulations, conservation lands, waterfront development, CDBG funds, and more.

The Planning Department also hosts many documents and files for properties either in City Hall or online. Interested in seeing what zoning district you are in, flood maps, satellite images, or the nearest recreation lands? Check out Dover’s GIS online at www.maps.dover.nh.gov and play around with the different layers.

Their website also has many documents including Master Plan chapters, survey results, development agreements and past studies completed.

The Planning Department looks forward to helping you. Simply stop by the office on the first floor of City Hall, call 603-516-6008 or visit www.dover.nh.gov for more information. You can also find Dover Planning on Facebook and Twitter.