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Upcoming Closures

May 27, 2024 - Memorial Day

UPCOMING EVENTS

TAC Meeting

TBD

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Executive Board Meeting
June 12, 2024 @ 9 AM
LRPC, 1st Fl Conf Rm - Humiston Bldg
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Commissioner Meeting/Annual Meeting
June 17, 2024 @ 4:30 PM
Location: Church Landing at Mill Falls
 

ABOUT US

The Lakes Region Planning Commission is a unique association of local governments that provides comprehensive planning services to meet the diverse needs of New Hampshire's Lakes Region. Our mission is to provide effective planning in order to achieve and sustain a quality environment, dynamic economy, and local cultural values by supporting community efforts through leadership, education, technical assistance, information, advocacy, coordination, and responsive representation.


DONATE - HHW PROGRAM

Donate to LRPC's Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program via PayPal.  Thank you for helping to support this important Lakes Region program.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Cyanobacteria Webinar

On Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 12:00 pm, NHDES will host its fourth and final webinar in a series based on the strategies and actions identified in the NH Cyanobacteria Plan: A Statewide Strategy. This webinar will focus on municipal zoning options that can reduce the likelihood of cyanobacteria blooms by reducing nutrient inputs into a waterbody. The webinar will feature two cases studies from towns that have adopted ordinances intended to restore and/or protect water quality. Click here for more information and to register.

Planning Lunches at Noon (PLAN) Webinar Series

Conducted by the Office of Planning and Development (OPD) every third Thursday from 12 pm to 1 pm, these webinars focus on various planning and zoning topics.
Click here to view upcoming webinars or click on the 'More News' link below for additional information.
 

NH DOE Newsletter #21

On December 22, 2023, the DOE released a newsletter which contains several energy related funding opportunities, news and updates. Click here to view a copy.

Affordable Wastewater Infrastructure

USDA and EPA strengthen partnership to improve access to modern and affordable wastewater infrastructure for people in rural America. Click here for more information.

ANNOUNCEMENT - LRPC ANNUAL MEETING

LRPC is pleased to announce that the 2024 annual meeting has been scheduled for Monday, June 17th and we are excited that Laconia Mayor Andrew Hosmer has graciously agreed to be our keynote speaker. Having Mayor Hosmer is a great privilege as he will offer his insights on the future of the City of Laconia and the correlation between the State School property development and that vision.
 
Date: June 17, 2024
Time: 4:30 - 8:00 PM
Place: Mill Falls at Church Landing | Meredith
 
REGISTRATION
Registration for the FY24 Annual Meeting is now open and is being conducted through Eventbrite. To register, go to eventbrite.com, click on select tickets, and choose the General Admission ticket category. Don't forget to make your dinner selection. A copy of the invitation and dinner menu is available on Eventbrite's website or by using the links below:
 
 
Feel free to contact us with any questions or for assistance in registering.
 
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AWARD NOMINATIONS
While the deadline for nominations for this year's annual awards has passed, fillable PDF forms will still be accessible for submitting nominations for eligible candidates for next year in the three specified categories listed below.
 

Grant Opportunity

The Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program has recently (December 2023) provided $1.7 billion in Federal funding through grants to prevent roadway deaths and serious injuries. These funds are available for regional, local, and Tribal initiatives for use in supporting planning, infrastructure, behavioral, and operational ingenuities to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets. Applications are now being accepted with various deadlines depending on the type of grant, the earliest of which is April 4, 2024. Click here for more information, resources, deadlines, and instructions on how to apply.
 
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