Town Office: 93 Main Street, Sutton Mills, NH firstname.lastname@example.org Town Hall is Open to the PublicFace Coverings are Recommended! The Planning Board has prepared a draft update to the Town’s Master Plan. The draft Update, an Appendix and Relevant maps are available through the link below. The Planning Board will be holding a public hearing regarding the Draft Master Plan Update at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday May 24 at the Pillsbury Town Hall. All Sutton residents and property owners are invited to attend and learn more about the Draft Update and to provide their comments and input. Sutton Draft 2021 Master Plan Sutton-Master-Plan-Update-2021_draft-plan Sutton-Draft Master-Plan-Update-2021_appendix Sutton- Draft Master-Plan-Update-2021_maps Regional Housing Needs Assessment to be Completed Click here to take the General Housing Needs Survey now Has the shortage of housing impacted our community? What successes and difficulties do you face when looking for housing, retaining a workforce, ensuring our community has a variety of housing options, building new housing, or buying and selling homes? To better understand what “housing needs” mean for Central New Hampshire communities, the Central NH Regional Planning Commission (CNHRPC) is launching its 2022 Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) project. This is an important opportunity for you to comment on the housing issues we know are affecting New Hampshire and enables you to be part of a framework for positive change. To tell the full story of housing in our Region, we need to hear from you! Please complete this important housing survey -choose the survey(s) most relevant to you: General Housing Needs Survey Encuesta para el Público General an Español Employers/ Businesses Surveyon Housing Needs Thank you for your input! The information you share with us remains anonymous and helps CNHRPC develop tools, strategies, and recommendations that local decision-makers can use to address housing problems. Survey responses are due by May 31, 2022. Please share this email and the above survey links with appropriate colleagues, neighbors, family, and friends. For more information, visit the CNHRPC website at https://cnhrpc.org/regional-planning/rhna/ or call 603-226-6020. Visit the State RHNA project webpage to learn more about the state’s housing needs assessments and to find additional ways to get involved. The Kezar Lake Protective Association is pleased to announce Swim Lessons at Wadleigh State Park at Kezar Lake! Children 3-14 yrs 30 min classes 2 weeks, M-F, July 25- August 5 $80 first child, $70 additional* *Financial assistance available to families in need Info re registration: Concord YMCA: concordymca.org or 603-228-9622 Or kezarlakenh.org When seconds count, you can count on CodeRED is a FREE emergency notification service provided to all residents within Sutton that will notify you of emergency information through phone calls, text messages, emails, social media and the CodeRED Mobile Alert app. The system will be used to keep you informed of local events that may immediately impact your safety. As a local resident, Sutton Police Department encourages you to take action and register your cell phone for this service and verify your home location during the enrollment process so we may target notifications that directly impact your home or business. Missing Children Wildfires Public Health Crisis Criminal Activity Emergency Preparedness Emergency Evacuation Notices ENROLL TODAY! Click the CodeRED icon above.