Derry Planning Commission to hold forum on Main Street Master Plan

The Londonderry Planning Commission is inviting residents to view and discuss the consolidated Main Street Master Plan recommendations developed by Stevens & Associates for Londonderry’s North Main Street.

The recommendations will be presented from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6 on Zoom. Additional information and access to the Zoom meeting can be found here. The Zoom link was to be posted on Monday, Jan. 3.

The consolidated plan and recommendations are the result of the six-month study combined with community input and feedback.

S&A has incorporated community comments from prior presentations and online submissions. Highlights of the recommendations include improvements to intersection of Routes 100 and 11; raising street and buildings above base flood elevation in the core village area; creation of a waterfront trail; and reduced flooding through improved upstream storage.

The Main Street Master Plan project has been funded through a Municipal Planning Grant from the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development.

Based on criteria in the town’s Request for Proposals, S&A has developed recommendations for a vibrant, accessible, safe, mixed-use district to support housing options and existing and new business. The recommendations have been developed to reflect and retain the existing features and character of the North Village.

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