The RPC produces maps for a variety of purposes at the state, regional and local level and for multiple projects. The maps listed below are RPC's Standard Maps, most commonly utilized community level maps, and Project Maps associated with recent projects involving RPC.
RPC has many additional maps available upon request. If you are seeking a specific map, please contact RPC GIS staff at (603)778-0885 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The RPC does periodically create custom maps at the request of a member community and for the general public for a fee. Please view RPC's GIS Policy or contact GIS staff about specific requests.
The Standard Map Set is a collection of community-level planning maps RPC produces for all member communities*. Since the early 2000s, RPC has produced two iterations of standard map set with the most recent being released in early 2016. These maps are scaled to the community level, cover multiple topics and data sets, and the most commonly requested maps.
* The Town of Raymond joined the RPC region in November 2016. RPC will be posting a standard map set for Raymond in 2017.
Standard Maps By Topic
*Danville and Salem are non-member communities. *In some instances a map may not be applicable in a given community and is thus omitted from the list below. *Maps are designed for 24"x36" form, scales may look large on-screen.