Welcome!

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, a dynamic economy, and local cultural values by supporting community efforts through leadership, education, technical assistance, information, advocacy, coordination and responsive representation.



  • Mid-State Regional Coordinating Council (RCC):
     
    Needs Assessment for Coordinated Transportation Plan
    Mid-State Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) is beginning the update to its Coordinated Transportation Plan. The first step is a Needs Assessment. 

    If you need transportation services or work with anyone who might need them, please take a few minutes to fill out this short, online 
    Transportation Needs Assessment Survey.


    If you'd prefer to print out a paper copy, here is a PDF of the survey. It can be returned to:


    Dean Williams dwilliams@cnhrpc.org
    Transportation Planner
    Central NH Regional Planning Commission

    28 Commercial Street, Suite 3
    Concord, NH 03301
  • Regional Cooperative Purchasing Survey

    Please take a few minutes to fill out our brief survey!


    Survey link: https://arcg.is/rHum4


    Part of our USDA grant entails working with communities in the Lakes Region to bid collectively to reduce disposal costs. From several discussions, we've identified a few potential areas for collaborative purchasing. To help us move forward, we would like your input about which equipment or disposal options your community needs the most assistance with.

  • Funding Notice  Regional Forest Economy Partnership

    January 16 — Northern Border Regional Commission is pleased to announce a new opportunity for regional approaches to economic development. Letters of Interest are due on a rolling basis with the first round due March 15, 2019.
     

    The purpose of the Regional Forest Economy Partnership is to address the economic shift produced by the chronic and consistent decline of the forest products industry that has led to displacement of a skilled workforce and significant negative demographic changes in the rural areas of the Northern Border Regional Commission region. With a goal to increase the ability of the four-state region to attract new opportunities, that are highly leveraged, transformational investments that have a fundamental impact on community economic revitalization.
     

    There is approximately $7M available for this round of funding. 

    A full press release can be found on NBRC's website.