Greenville Complete Streets Project

  • March 15, 2023
  • Transportation

Through support from the Monadnock Alliance for Sustainable Transportation and Southwest Region Planning Commission, the Town of Greenville is currently working to better understand road safety and accessibility issues and to develop a town policy to guide transportation-related improvements over time. This “Complete Streets” policy envisions a road network designed to enable safe access for all users, including people driving, walking, and biking.  And, each “Complete Street” will look different depending on where it is and what the street is used for. Design elements may include things like a sidewalk, bike lanes or paved shoulders, new or improved pedestrian crossings, or other changes depending on the context of who, how and why people tend to use the street.  

Over the next few months, staff from Southwest Region Planning Commission will:

As part of process, a task force of town staff and officials have developed two ways to learn about your concerns: a survey and a map exercise.

In the online survey (, we want to hear from you about your perception of safety and how you get around in Greenville.

Using an interactive website (, you can mark a map according to the following choices:

You may also comment and vote on what other people feel is a priority.

Together, this information will be used to make road safety improvements over time. Both input opportunities have been extended through April 15, 2023.  For other questions or comments, please contact Henry Underwood, GIS Specialist/Planner at [email protected] or 603-357-0557 x 18.

Are you in a position to help spread the word? Consider downloading and sharing the project flyer below.