The Future of Dunbarton Envisioned, Check out the final Community Profile Report!
Transition Dunbarton & the Community Profile Steering Committee have reviewed the Community Profile completed by the UNH Cooperative Extension and copies have been delivered to the Dunbarton Selectmen. The completed Dunbarton Community Profile is available.
Copies of the Community Profile are available at the Dunbarton Public Library.
The Community Profile is a process by which communities take stock of where they are today and develop an action plan for how they want to operate in the future.
Transition Dunbarton will coordinate other community groups to continue the working action groups set up at the end of the Community Profile meeting. This profiling process has developed information that will feed into the 2015 Long Range Master Plan of the Planning Board.
The Community Profile Meeting hadbreakout sessions to discuss these topics.
- Community Leadership
- Citizen Participation
- Sense of Community
- Fostering Healthy Families & Youth
- Lifelong Education & Learning
- Community Services & Facilities
- Recreation & Cultural Heritage
- Natural Resources & Environment
- Economic Vitality
- Growth & Development
The 11 components, drawn from the work of the National Civic League and adapted by UNH Cooperative Extension, are important components of any successful community. These components make a community work well now and sustain the cultural, economic and environmental health and vitality for the long-term future.