At any given time, SWRPC’s work program spans a wide range of planning issues. Below are some of the projects that we’re currently working on. Visiting our calendar, perusing our blog, and subscribing to our newsletters are other good ways to stay up to date on our work.
Southwest Connects Transportation Corridor Meeting Series
SWRPC will be holding transportation corridor meetings to collect input for the long range transportation plan
Digital Literacy and Access Needs Assessment
Through support from the Monadnock United Way, and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of local social service agencies led by the Keene Senior Center, is undertaking a regional needs assessment focused on digital literacy and access.
Regional Housing Needs Assessment
Studying the trends and challenges affecting housing in Southwest New Hampshire and assisting communities in creating solutions to meet future housing demand.
Our Economy: A Strategy for Southwest NH
Planning for broadly-shared prosperity and economic resilience in the Monadnock Region.
Transit and Shared Ride Improvement Feasibility Study
The purpose of the Transit and Shared Ride Improvement Feasibility Study is to help area stakeholders in actively leading and engaging the Monadnock Region in building an innovative, coordinated, and resilient transportation network and to create a regional transportation network for everyone.
Ashuelot River Corridor Management Plan Update
Information concerning the survey used and a report of the current condition of the Ashuelot River Corridor to be used in updating the Management Plan.
Build Resilience Against Climate Effects
We’re studying how severe weather due to climate change could impact vulnerable community members and are developing strategies to address those challenges.
Implementing Age-Friendly Strategies in Southwest New Hampshire
With our partners, we’re helping local communities build communities that are welcoming to all ages.
Cheshire Rail Trail South Planning Project
Developing a common vision for Cheshire Rail Trail South and charting a course for future improvements.