Office hours Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday while town offices are open. Please call for an appointment.
The Planning Board meets every third Thursday of the month, unless otherwise posted.
The Planning Board is a land-use board and, as such, is responsible for developing, reviewing and updating:
The Planning Board issues approvals and/or permits for:
The Planning Board meets the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise posted.
Files for each property, with documents covering the development history of each lot that has been reviewed by the planning board, along with any pertinent plans, decisions and permits, are maintained within the town office. Members of the public are welcome to look at these files.
When you want to subdivide or merge parcels of land, perform a lot-line adjustment, open or expand a business, work near lakes, ponds, streams or wetlands or have concerns about zoning regulations, the Planning Board is the one to contact. ~
(See NH RSA 674:1)
|SITE PLAN REVIEW||Filing fee||$150|
|Per $1,000 sq. ft. of building||$75|
LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT
|HOME OCCUPATION /
|For SBD, SPR, ANNEX||Registration||$25 LCHIP and $26 per plat for recording|
|Certified Notices (abutters + owner)||$10 per notice|
|For MERGER||Recording Fee||$26|
Any project that affects the value of your property will require a certificate of zoning compliance1, which is reviewed and granted by the Select Board.
Projects that change the size and/or the use of a parcel, may require a hearing before the Planning Board and/or the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA).
If a proposed use is one that requires a special exception to the zoning ordinance (as called out in the ordinance), the project must go before the ZBA. If the use is not included in the ordinance, then the applicant must ask the ZBA for a variance.
|If the proposed project ...||You need a ...|
|1a. Makes changes that affect the value of your property.||Certificate of zoning compliance (a) and 7|
|1b. May or may not affect the value of your property.||2|
|2a. Affects a residential use.||3|
|2b. Affects a non-residential use.||5|
|3a. Involves redrawing property lines.||4|
|3b. Does not involve redrawing property lines.||5|
|4a. Will add/subtract acreage of an existing parcel.||Lot-line adjustment and 9|
|4b. Will combine adjacent parcels owned by same person.||Voluntary merger and 9|
|4c. Will create new lots from an existing parcel.||Subdivision and 9|
|5a. Involves starting a new business that impacts abutters.||6|
|5b. Makes a change that impacts abutters at an existing business.||7|
|6a. Is in residential, village, or commercial district.||Possbile state license or permit and 7|
|6b. Is not in the commercial district.||Home occupation / cottage industry and 7|
|7a. Involves a change of use on the parcel.||Site plan review (b) and 8|
|7b. Does not involve a change of use.||8|
|8a. Requires erecting a business sign.||Business sign permit|
|8b. Does not require erecting a business sign.||9|
|9a. Requires installing a driveway.||Driveway permit|
|9b. Does not require installing a driveway.||You are done.|
|(a) Wilmot has no building inspector, therefore no building permits.|
|(b) One- and two-family houses and home occupations are exempted from site plan review.|
|Gary Palumbo||Selectmen’s representative|
|Olivia Uyizeye / Vickie Davis||UVLSRPC planner|
|Bill Chaisson||Property and land-use clerk|
Continue site-plan review hearing | Russ Jewell, 9 NH Route 11
Public hearing for lot-line adjustment | Russ Jewell (012-016-0000) / Peter & Jen Johnson (012-014-0000)
Updated Jewell plan
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