NRPC provides environmentally themed maps of Mason

In an email newsletter on July 31, 2o17, the Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) announced the availability of special environmentally themed maps of members towns including Mason:

“NRPC has completed a comprehensive re-design of our environmentally-themed standard maps. Each of 13 community-specific posters now emphasize conservation, recreation, and natural resource data such as conserved lands, public trails, parks and associated recreation facilities, along with the traditional insets displaying updated watersheds, important wildlife habitats, aquifers, and soils. These maps are available as free pdf downloads from the NRPC online Map Gallery.”

To view the maps, go to:

Available online: Annual report for the Town of Mason & Mason School District

To view the 2016 annual report for the Town of Mason and the Mason School District, go to:

Hard copies are available at the Board of Selectmen’s office, the Town Clerk’s office, and Mason Public Library. Copies will also be available at the Town Hall during polling hours on Mar. 14.

Available online: Additional map updates

The following maps have been updated:

  • Tax Map C
  • 911 Map (revised recently) with parcel numbers, street numbers, & locations

For a graphical index of the tax maps and 911 map, go to: To access a complete list of maps, go to:

Thanks to Bob Larochelle of the Mason Conservation Commission for his hard work.

Available online: Bob Dillberger’s presentation on the pipeline project

Available online: Bob Dillberger’s presentation on the pipeline project

The Conservation Commission’s Documents & Maps page now includes a copy of the slideshow presentation that Bob Dillberger made on Jan. 6, 2015, at the Board of Selectmen’s public hearing on the pipeline project. You can access it from the Conservation Commission’s Documents & Maps page ( or by clicking here: