Marc R. Rousseau , Adminisrative Officer:
For General Inquiries: Planning Board E-Mail
2016 Meeting Schedule.
The Planning Board consists of nine (9) members appointed by the Town Council from among electors of the Town for a term of three (3) years. Said terms will be staggered so that no more than one third (1/3) will expire in any given year. No member of the Planning Board shall be an elected official or employee of the Town. Any member of the planning Board may be removed from office by the Council for due cause, following a public hearing. The Town Council shall appoint replacements to fill vacancies on the Board. The Board shall annually elect a Chairperson and such other officers as it may deem appropriate from among its membership.
Stuart Hardy, Chairman
Susan Gill, Vice Chairman
Carol A. Guimond
Consultants: Steere Engineering
Duties & Responsibilities: Per Article X - Section 1001 of the Tiverton Town Charter: The Planning Board shall have the duties and responsibilities provided for in State law and such additional duties and responsibilities as may be prescribed by the Town Council not in conflict with the State law. The Planning Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Town Council in all matters concerning the Comprehensive Community Plan, land use, Zoning and Subdivision Regulations, physical growth and development of the Town.
Meetings: Please contact the Planning Board office at 625-6718 for meeting dates. To appear before the Board, an agenda request must be completed and submitted to the Planning Board Office at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the scheduled meeting date for consideration and placement on the agenda. In addition, all backup information must be submitted at that time.
Comprehensive Community Plan For the 2016 Update, please see the section below; "2016 Comp Plan Draft"
2016 Comp Plan Draft
As an introduction, the Tiverton Comprehensive Community Plan is a long-range guide to the physical development and preservation of the Town. Below you will find each section of the plan.
2.0 Planning Background
- Figure 2-1 Regional & Local Context
3.0 Planning Concepts
4.0 Natural and Cultural Resources
- Figure 4-1 Soils Constraints
- Figure 4-2 Topography Drainage
- Figure 4-3 Water Resources
- Figure 4-4 Natural Heritage Areas
- Figure 4-5 Critical Farmlands
- Figure 4-6 Historic Resources
- Figure 4-8 Hazardous Sites
5.0 Land Use
- Figure 5-1 Existing Land Use
- Figure 5-2 Existing Zoning
- Figure 5-3 Conservation Opportunity Areas
- Figure 5-4 Future Land Use
- Figure 5-5 FLU and Zoning Inconsistencies
- Figure 5-6 Flood Hazard Areas
- Figure 5-7 Sea Level Rise Inundation Areas
- Figure 5-8 Hurrican Surge Inundation Areas
- Figure 6-6 Housing Density
7.0 Services and Facilities
- Figure 7-1 Community Facilities
- Figure 7-2 Water Districts & High Water Users
- Figure 7-3 Public Water & Sewer Areas
- Figure 8-1 Road Function Classification Map
9.0 Open Space
- Figure 9-1 Existing Conservation & Open Space Areas
- Figure 9-2 Outdoor Public Recreation Resources
- Figure 9-3 Coastal Public Access
10.0 Economic Development
11.0 Plan Implementaton