Phone: 603-778-0885
Fax: 603-778-9183


Welcome to the Rockingham Planning Commission

Rockingham Planning Commission is one of nine regional planning commissions in New Hampshire established by RSA 36:46. The Commission's region consists of twenty-six communities within Rockingham County. Operating as a non-profit local government organization, the Commission serves in an advisory role to local governments in order to promote coordinated planning, orderly growth, efficient land use, transportation access and environmental protection.

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News & Notices

Bike/Work to Work Week is almost here! Time to dust off your bike or lace up your sneakers for the 14th annual Seacoast Bike/Walk to Work Week 5/16-5/20! Part of a national effort to encourage commuters to leave their cars at home and have more fun getting to work. Bike/Walk to Work Week features numerous fun and educational events. For a listing of all events visit Seacoast Area Bike Riders at www.seacoastbikes.org.

Coastal Risks and Hazards Commission seeking public comments on draft report by 6/30. The draft report,Preparing New Hampshire for Projected Storm Surge, Sea-Level Rise, and Extreme Precipitation, summarizes New Hampshire’s vulnerabilities to projected coastal flood hazards and puts forth recommendations to minimize risk and improve resilience. Two public meetings are scheduled for 5/26 in Greenland and 6/1 in Rye. For more details visit CRHC's website.

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Current Projects

Long Range Transportation Plan Update. The Long Range Transportation Plan serves as the 20+ year transportation planning document for the Rockingham MPO. The Plan contains the region’s goals and specific project proposals through 2040. For more information and project updates visit: Transportation Plan.

Tides to Storms - Now Completed! This project assessed the vulnerability of coastal municipalities and public infrastructure to flooding from expected increases in storm surge and rates of sea-level rise. For more information and project reports and maps visit the Projects page.


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