Welcome to the official web site of the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC). The Commission was formed under the New Hampshire Statutes in 1966. SNHPC serves as the coordinating agency for the planning initiatives of fourteen communities in the region.
By taking a regional approach to address development concerns, we can attempt to craft effective and efficient solutions that will preserve the special character and valuable resources of the region.
The Commission is also the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region. The MPO is an organization that conducts transportation planning in a cooperative, comprehensive, and continuous manner. The Federal Highway Acts stipulate that highway construction funds in urbanized areas can only be utilized by states with an MPO in place.
Working Together: 40 Years of the
Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Video
2013 Meeting Dates
Calendar of regularly scheduled SNHPC meetings
Exits 6 & 7 Transportation Planning Study
December 11, 2013
7:00 PM, Manchester Aldermanic Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, Manchester
SNHPC Commission Meeting
December 17, 2013
11:30 AM, SNHPC Conference Room
December 19, 2013
10:30 AM, SNHPC Conference Room
December 25, 2013
New Year's Day Holiday
January 1, 2014
LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION
The NH Broadband Mapping and Planning Program needs your help! Please take the Broadband Access Survey and Speed Test!
New Hampshire DOT Project Viewer
Certified Sites Fact Sheet
Regional Broadband Plan - Draft
FY 2013 - FY 2016 - Amendment #3 - Approved
ITS Architecture for the Southern New Hampshire Region 2013
Concord and Southern CEDS Planning Project
Granite State Future - SNHPC Regional Interactive Planning Map
December/January Media Blast (Meetings and Events)
December Community Report (Activities and Opportunities)
New Interactive Traffic Volume Maps
Manchester 2nd Street Corridor Access and Mixed Use Overlay Zoning Project
Inter-Municipal Resource Sharing Project
Regional Trails Plan 2012 - Salem, Manchester, Concord
NHDOT I-293 Exits 6 & 7 Corridor Study
Come visit the General John Stark Scenic Byway website!
Sustainable SNHPC Foundation
New Hampshire Capitol Corridor Project Overview