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The Community Development Department consists of five overall functions: (1) To provide technical and staff support to the Planning Board, (2) To administer the Zoning Ordinance, along with building codes and other health/safety issues, (3) To provide technical and staff support to the Zoning Board of Adjustment, (4) To work with the Town Manager, the Raymond Business and Economic Development Council and others within and outside of town government to support ongoing economic development activities and to respond to economic development opportunities as needed, and (5) To coordinate with the Town Assessor to ensure accurate property records and assessed value changes.

Community Development Department

  • Planning & Economic Development Division

  • Assessing Division

  • Building & Health Division

Joseph S. Ilsley

Town Manager

Phone:  603.895.7006

E-mail:  jilsley@raymondnh.gov

Donna Giberson

Community Development/Assessing Assistant

Phone:  603.895.7017

E-mail:  dgiberson@raymondnh.gov

Charlie Smart

Building Inspector/Health Officer

Phone:  603.895.7020

E-mail: csmart@raymondnh.gov

Christina McCarthy

Planning Assistant

Phone:  603.895.7018

E-mail:  csapp@raymondnh.gov

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Links to Raymond Tax Maps, Zoning Ordinance, Planning Regulations & Forms

 

2019 Zoning Ordinances

 

1992 Wellhead Protection Program

 

1993 Water Resource and Protection Plan

 

2009 Sourcewater Protection Plan

 

 

Pre-Application Review Form (RSA 676:4 (II))

Conceptual Review:  Applicants have the ability to appear before the Planning Board to discuss projects prior to a formal application being submitted.  This discussion is a chance to run ideas past the Planning Board.  Under this process discussion is considered non-binding in nature.  In other words, if a Planning Board member stated that he/she did not like an aspect of an idea or proposal under this process, it would not disqualify them from hearing a formal application, if and when one came forward).

 

Design Review or Pre-Application Review:  Once an applicant has identified a particular lot, he/she may still request a review under this statute, however it will be either a Design Review or a Pre-application Review, both of which are still non-binding discussions, but for which abutter notification is required.  These more informal meetings give abutters, the Planning Board and the applicant an opportunity to discuss the project, identify potential issues and discuss other aspects of a project without binding the any of the parties to any future actions.  These meetings are a great way to walk away with a better understanding of everyones' concerns.

 

Subdivision Regulations

  Subdivision Forms

Subdivision Application & Fees

Subdivision Application Checklist

Waiver Request Form

 

Site Plan Review Regulations

  Site Plan Review Forms

Site Plan Application & Fees

Site Plan Review Checklist

Waiver Request Form

 

Raymond Road Standards

 

Outdoor Lighting Standards

 

Earth Excavation Regulations

Earth Excavation Permit Application

 

Floodplain Development Ordinance

 

2010 Open Space Plan

 

Stormwater Management & Erosion Control Regulations

NCRS TR 55 - Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds

 

NHDES Stormwater Manual (click on Volumes 1, 2, or 3 below)

Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

Erata Sheet

 

 

Miscellaneous Forms

 

Special Permit Application

 

Lot Line Adjustment Application

Lot Line Adjustment Checklist

Waiver Request Form

 

Lot Consolidation Form

 

Planning Board

Rules of Procedure

 

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Rules of Procedure