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2023-03-01 - 2023 Regional Housing Needs Assessment Published

The housing shortage has become a common topic of conversation across the country. A sharp decline in new home construction over the last 20 years, coupled with changing demographics and economic trends, have caused a housing crunch. New Hampshire is not immune to these shifts. Statewide the population is growing and getting older, the average household size is declining, and the number of available homes is simply not enough to meet the current or future demand.

While there are no easy answers to the current housing shortage, the Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) provides data on housing and demographics so that each municipality can start a conversation about local solutions.

The complete RHNA Report and Appendix documents are available at the Rockingham Planning Commission website: If you have any comments or questions about the RHNA you can ask them from this website as well. You will also find a slideshow and video of the presentation to municipal officials held on January 11, 2023 to preview the RHNA.

2023-02-13 - RPC is hiring! We’re looking for two planners to join our team and help keep our region vibrant!

The Rockingham Planning Commission (RPC) is seeking up to two full time Regional Planners to join its tightly-knit, award-winning team. The RPC region is a vibrant landscape of rural, suburban and urban communities located in southeast New Hampshire just an hour north of Boston, minutes to the New Hampshire beaches and a short trip to the White Mountains. The RPC enjoys a close relationship with its member communities and federal, state and regional partner organizations in the fields of transportation, land use, environmental planning, public health, housing, and economic development.

The complete job descriptions are available at:

2023-01-06 - Draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program

Now in public comment period

The Rockingham Planning Commission has begun a 30 day public comment period to gather feedback on the draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This 30-day public comment period for the TIP and Plan documents began Friday, January 6, 2023 and concludes on Tuesday February 7, 2023. A public hearing to solicit public comment is scheduled for Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at the Stratham Town Offices (10 Bunker Hill Avenue) beginning at 7:00 PM. An option for virtual participation will be made available and the link will be provided prior to the meeting.The Planning Commission will meet after the public hearing to adopt the documents.

Draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program

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