Planning Board
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Planning Board  
Mark Avery - Chair March 2019
Thomas Burbank March 2020
Michael Card March 2021
Wallace Dunham, Alternate March 2021
Marcia Goodnow - Vice Chair March 2019
Douglas Hoff March 2020
Casey Jordan - Secretary March 2020
Fritz Green - ex officio  
The Madbury Planning Board maintains its own website.
There you can find documents such as Zoning Ordinance, Subdividsion Regulations, Site Plan Regulations, Building
Regulations, and maps of the Overlay Districts. You will also find forms and applications.
Madbury’s Tax Maps can be downloaded using the following link.

            2018 Tax Parcel Map Set
            (2015 Tax Parcel Map Set)      
             (2016 Tax Parcel Map Set)

The official document resides at Town Hall. This copy is made available on the internet as a convenience. It may not always
be the latest revision. Contact the Town Office to ensure that you have current information.
Madbury Master Plan

Executive Summary and Master Plan Policies and Recommendations
1 Introduction
2.1  Vision for Madbury
2.2  Water Resources
2.3  Natural Resources
2.4  Historic Resources
2.5  Land Use
2.6  Transportation
2.7  Town Facilities and Services
2.8  Housing
3.1  Demographic (include Build Out Study)

Full document in one file (5mb)

While the files above are accurate representations, the official documents reside with the Planning Board. The graphics in
some chapters have been downgraded to shorten download times.
Madbury’s Zoning Ordinances and Land Use Regulations can be downloaded using the following link.

                        Click here for the Ordinances and Land Use Regulations (March 2017)

The official document resides at Town Hall. This copy is made available on the internet as a convenience. It may not always
be the latest revision. Contact the Town Office to ensure that you have current information.
Madbury Land Use Guide:  Have you ever wondered what you can do on your property?   For example, run a business, subdivide your land, add a building, etc.?  And have you then wondered if you need a permit or town approval or whom you should see before you start?  The Residents’ Guide to Madbury Land Use Regulations is an easy to use Q&A handbook that can help answer such questions. Download it here or visit the Town Hall for a copy.