North Reading Master Plan

The Town of North Reading is creating a Master Plan for the next ten years in order to shape how certain parts of the Town will grow, be improved, and/or preserved.

Please visit the link below for the draft plan and send comments/questions to Danielle McKnight (978-357-5206). A presentation of the plan will take place at the CPC's meeting on September 17, 2019 in the Town Hall.

DRAFT Master Plan for public comment

Further information and past meetings:

MAPC project page 

Facebook page 

As part of the master planning process, the Town and its consultant (MAPC) will be conducting public workshops in the fall.

Please take a moment to provide us feedback through this online survey on how you would like to shape the Town moving forward.

take the survey

Survey Link:   www.mapc.ma/NRMP2028

        mark your calendars

First public Workshop                                      

September 26 – Wednesday – 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Flint Memorial Library Activity Room (please note this is a change in venue)

Second Public Workshop

Tuesday, October 30 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm

North Reading High School – 189 Park Street (Distance Learning Lab)

                     Third Public Workshop

                                Monday, February 25, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. at the Senior Center. Discussion covered themes from previous Master Plan community                                        meetings (housing, transportation, physical infrastructure improvements, etc.) but intended for those who prefer not to attend an                                          evening meeting. 

                     Stakeholder roundtable

                                Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at North Reading High School media center

                                 Presentation

share survey and poster

Please share the following links with friends, family, neighbors and other community members.

Survey Link:          www.mapc.ma/NRMP2028

Poster Link:           www.mapc.ma/posterNRMP  

We thank you for your input and participation.

For questions or comments, please contact Danielle McKnight (978.357.5206).

Previous work:

2004 Master Plan