Is my property in a floodplain?
Planning staff will help you determine whether your property lies in a floodplain, as designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Planning office and the Engineering office have FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps for the entire town, which can be used to estimate where your property is and whether it is located within a floodplain.

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1. How is land developed?
2. What is the difference between a subdivision and an Approval Not Required (ANR) plan?
3. Is my property in a floodplain?
4. What uses are allowed on my property?
5. Is my lot buildable?
6. Is my lot grandfathered?
7. Can I subdivide my lot to create another lot?
8. How much will it cost to ....?
9. Where can I get a copy of the Planning Board's Rules & Regulations Governing the Subdivision of Land , the Zoning Bylaw, or the Zoning Map?
10. Do you have a plot plan for my property?
11. Can you recommend a lawyer/surveyor?
12. When does the Planning Board meet?
13. How do I get an appointment to meet with the Planning Board to discuss a planning issue?
14. Who do I call with questions?