posted on: 10/1/2019; updated: 10/6/2019

The City of Dover is updating the Recreation Chapter of the Master Plan and wants feedback. Each year a different chapter of the city’s guiding document, the Master Plan, is updated. This year it’s recreation, which was last updated in 2009. The new chapter will not only focus on recreation but also include a larger arts component.

The public is encouraged to weigh in on recreation and the arts in Dover and what they would like to see in the future. The Strafford County Regional Planning Commission will help facilitate the public input process and update the chapter. 

City updating Recreation Chapter of Master Plan

posted on: 10/1/2019; updated: 10/6/2019

The City of Dover is updating the Recreation Chapter of the Master Plan and wants feedback. Each year a different chapter of the city’s guiding document, the Master Plan, is updated. This year it’s recreation, which was last updated in 2009. The new chapter will not only focus on recreation but also include a larger arts component.

The public is encouraged to weigh in on recreation and the arts in Dover and what they would like to see in the future. The Strafford County Regional Planning Commission will help facilitate the public input process and update the chapter.

Don’t miss your chance to participate at the following events:

  • Saturday, Oct. 26, Main Street’s Trick-or-Treat, downtown, beginning at 11 a.m.
  • Friday, Nov. 1, Dover Art Walk, downtown, 4 to 8 p.m.

Online surveys regarding art and recreation will also be available in the coming weeks.

Please follow Dover’s Planning Department on Facebook, visit the Planning Department’s webpage, or call 603-516-6008 for more information.