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CLCA : New Hampshire's Changing Landscape – Population and Housing

Population and Housing

New Hampshire's population is projected to increase by 180,000 persons in the years ahead to 2030. Roughly 70% of that growth will occur in the four southeastern counties, adding nearly 128,000 people to 33% of the state's land base.

Population growth, if it continues as projected to 2030, will dramatically change the character of the state and challenge the ability of our natural resources to support the quality of life New Hampshire residents presently enjoy. The construction of new housing in New Hampshire represents one of the greatest impacts to our natural resources.


Municipalities

Click the first letter of the municipality below, then click the name in the list that appears.

AcworthAlbanyAlexandriaAllenstownAlsteadAltonAmherstAndoverAntrimAshlandAtkinsonAtkinson & GilmantonAuburn

BarnsteadBarringtonBartlettBathBeans GrantBeans PurchaseBedfordBelmontBenningtonBentonBerlinBethlehemBoscawenBowBradfordBrentwoodBridgewaterBristolBrookfieldBrookline

CambridgeCamptonCanaanCandiaCanterburyCarrollCenter HarborChandlers PurchaseCharlestownChathamChesterChesterfieldChichesterClaremontClarksvilleColebrookColumbiaConcordConwayCornishCrawfords PurchaseCroydonCutts Grant

DaltonDanburyDanvilleDeerfieldDeeringDerryDixs GrantDixvilleDorchesterDoverDublinDummerDunbartonDurham

East KingstonEastonEatonEffinghamEllsworthEnfieldEppingEpsomErrolErvings LocationExeter

FarmingtonFitzwilliamFrancestownFranconiaFranklinFreedomFremont

GilfordGilmantonGilsumGoffstownGorhamGoshenGraftonGranthamGreenfieldGreenlandGreens GrantGreenvilleGroton

Hadleys PurchaseHales LocationHampsteadHamptonHampton FallsHancockHanoverHarrisvilleHarts LocationHaverhillHebronHennikerHillHillsboroughHinsdaleHoldernessHollisHooksettHopkintonHudson

JacksonJaffreyJefferson

KeeneKensingtonKilkennyKingston

LaconiaLancasterLandaffLangdonLebanonLeeLempsterLincolnLisbonLitchfieldLittletonLondonderryLoudonLow & BurbanksLymanLymeLyndeborough

MadburyMadisonManchesterMarlboroughMarlowMartins LocationMasonMeredithMerrimackMiddletonMilanMilfordMillsfieldMiltonMonroeMont VernonMoultonborough

NashuaNelsonNew BostonNew CastleNew DurhamNew HamptonNew IpswichNew LondonNewburyNewfieldsNewingtonNewmarketNewportNewtonNorth HamptonNorthfieldNorthumberlandNorthwoodNottingham

OdellOrangeOrfordOssipee

PelhamPembrokePeterboroughPiermontPinkham's GrantPittsburgPittsfieldPlainfieldPlaistowPlymouthPortsmouth

RandolphRaymondRichmondRindgeRochesterRollinsfordRoxburyRumneyRye

SalemSalisburySanborntonSandownSandwichSargents PurchaseSeabrookSecond CollegeSharonShelburneSomersworthSouth HamptonSpringfieldStarkStewartstownStoddardStraffordStratfordStrathamSuccessSugar HillSullivanSunapeeSurrySuttonSwanzey

TamworthTempleThompson & MeserveThorntonTiltonTroyTuftonboro

UnityUnorganized Territory

WakefieldWalpoleWarnerWarrenWashingtonWaterville ValleyWeareWebsterWentworthWentworths LocationWestmorelandWhitefieldWilmotWiltonWinchesterWindhamWindsorWolfeboroWoodstock

Counties

Belknap
Carroll
Cheshire
Coos
Grafton
Hillsborough
Merrimack
Rockingham
Strafford
Sullivan

State of New Hampshire