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Aquifer Project Summary
Aquifer Protection - Protecting Shared Drinking Water Resources
Aquifer Protection - Best Management Practices
Aquifer BMPs - Intro
Aquifer BMPs - Resources and Appendices
Tri-Town Aquifer BMP Presentation
Protecting the Tri-Town Aquifer
Drinking Water Protection Ordinances-FAQ
Tri-Town Aquifer Map
Aquifer Ordinance and Inspection Forms
Belmont Aquifer Protection District Map
Belmont Aquifer Protection District & Other Protected Lands Map
Belmont Aquifer Protection District including all lots wholly or partially within the District
Population Estimates of NH Cities and Towns - NH OEP
Population Projections for NH Cities and Towns - NH OEP
Additional Population Topics NH OEP
Historical Census Data
US Census Quick Facts
NH Center for Public Policy Studies
Economic Data - NH OEP
NH Employment Security
Geographic Regions for New Hampshire Cities, Towns, and Unincorporated Places
Commuting Patterns of the Belmont, NH LMA
NH Center for Public Policy Studies
The DES Exotic Species Program coordinates activities associated with the control and management of exotic aquatic plants, as well as activities associated with the implementation of education programs and volunteer plant monitoring programs.
The program, initiated in 1981, has five focus areas: 1) Prevention of new infestations, 2) Monitoring for early detection of new infestations to facilitate rapid control activities, 3) Control of new and established infestations, 4) Research towards new control methods with the goal of reducing or eliminating infested areas, and 5) Regional cooperation. more...
NH DES Invasive Species Information
NH Fish and Game Invasive Species Information
Find "Hot Spots" for Invasive Plant Management in Your Community
"Picking Our Battles" Handbook
"Picking Our Battles": An Invasive Plant Control Strategy for Belmont, NH
November, 2015 On Saturday, November 14th, members of the community, the Conservation Commission and staff assisted in an Invasive Species removal day. Conservation Commissioners Laurel Day, Paul Schmidt & Ben Crawford were joined by volunteers Paul O’Connell, Lewis Loud, Dennis Lowe, Dave Foote & John Lefebvre from around Silver Lake, and Land Use Technician Rick Ball. Courtesy Picture: Paul O’Connell and Lewis Loud pull the invasive Glossy Buckthorn
Work Day 5/19/12
BHS Students get a hands-on lesson in environmental science Winni Echo 5/24/12
Volunteers needed to help eradicate invasive Glossy Buckthorn from the Tioga River Conservation Area Daily Sun 5/15/12
The "Factory Village District" was depicted in a 2003 New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources (NH DHR) Determination of Eligibility Study for the N.H. Department of Transportation Route 140 project. Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1996 requires due consideration of historical resources be considered for all Federally Funded projects.
The District is also being used to identify those properties that, in conjunction with 2012 Town Meeting Warrant Article 12 are eligible for Community Revitalization Tax Relief.
The Determination of Eligibility (DOE) for each property evaluated is included below:
|Factory Village District Map Town of Belmont - 2012||Factory Village District Map NH DHR - 2002|
|List of All Properties-Sorted by Street/Number||List of All Properties-Sorted by Inventory Number|
|List of All Properties-Sorted by Tax Lot Number|
|List of Evaluated Properties and DOE||Individual Property DOEs|
|Historic District Area Form, History, References & Maps||Historic District Form Individual Properties|
|Individual & Area Form Sheets - #60-#69||Individual & Area Form Sheets - #70-#80|
|Individual & Area Form Sheets - #81-#89||Individual & Area Form Sheets - #90-#93|
|Individual & Area Form Sheets - #94-#106|
The "Factory Village District" was depicted in a 2003 Division of Historical Resources Determination of Eligibility Study for the N.H. Department of Transportation Route 140 project. Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1996 requires that for all Federally Funded projects due consideration of historical resources be considered.
The District is also being used to identify those properties that, in conjunction with Warrant Article 12, will be eligible for Community Revitalization Tax Relief if passed at the 2012 Town Meeting. More...
Housing and Household Data NH OEP
New Hampshire's Housing Supply: Current Estimates and Trends - NH OEP, December, 2016
2009 AER Report - Fair Share Housing Analysis
1992 Regional Fair Share Housing Apportionment Formula
2007 AER Report #1 - Housing Market Trends
2007 AER Report #2 - Housing Affordability
2007 AER Report #3 and #4 - Housing Projections & Policy Implications
PlanNH Project Profile 1996 PlanNH
In 2010, PlanNH, a non-profit organization working with communities to initiate discussions concerning the "built environment" chose Belmont for a second Community Design Charrette program - an exercise in which local citizens and PLAN NH volunteers came together to explore potential solutions to planning or design issues in individual New Hampshire towns. The result of that Charrette was an impressive modular design for the revitalization of the Village. Several projects have been completed and/or are underway towards that goal to revitalize the village and provide those services and amenities designed to create a "A Village For All".
Vision of Belmont's Future mapped out during intensive charrette Winnisquam Echo 6/8/10
Plan NH Team to hold workshop June 4-5 on the future of Belmont Village Union Leader 5/28/10
Revitalization News Belmont Community Newsletter 10/11
What did residents want as services and facilities in this Community Center? What did they identify as important to preserve and important to add during this multi-year intiative?