Master Plan

Preamble

Cover
Contributors
Acknowledgements
Table of Contents

Visioning

1.0Future Land Use VisionsV-2
2.0Future Community Facilities VisionV-3
3.0Housing VisionV-3
4.0Natural and Water Resources Protection VisionsV-4
5.0Future Transportation VisionsV-4
6.0ProsperityV-5
7.0SustainabilityV-6
8.0LivabilityV-7
9.0MobilityV-8

Community Facilities

1.0Public Safety FacilitiesCF-1
2.0Town Administrative ServicesCF-6

Existing And Future Land Use

1.0IntroductionLU-1
2.0Existing Land UseLU-1
3.0Future Land UseLU-12

Land Use Map

Housing

1.0Housing in KingstonH-1

Natural Resources

1.0Base Map FeaturesNR-4
2.0Water ResourcesNR-4
3.0Lands of Special ImportanceNR-13
4.0Potential Land Use ConstraintsNR-15
5.0Lands of Special Importance with REPP DataNR-
 Surface Water Resources Map 
 Stratified Drift Aquifers Map 
 Conservation Lands Map 
 Topographic Map 

Public Utilities

1.0IntroductionPU-1
2.0Existing ConditionsPU-1
3.0CommunicationPU-3
4.0TelecommunicationsPU-4
5.0Waste ManagementPU-5
6.0CommunicationsPU-5

Transportation

1.0IntroductionT-1
2.0Existing Transportation SystemT-2
3.0Future Road LayoutsT-23
4.0NH Route 125 Corridor PlanT-25
5.0Access ManagementT-26
6.0Federal and State Transportation PlanningT-32
7.0RecommendationsT-35
 Transportation Map 

Open Space

 IntroductionOS-1
1.0Criteria For Open Space ProtectionOS-2
2.0Criteria For Selecting/Prioritizing Specific ParcelsOS-3
3.0Specific Targeted AreasOS-3
4.0How To Complete Protection of Conservation Priorities and CostsOS-5
4.1Techniques for Permanent Land Conservation in KingstonOS-5
4.2Estimated Costs and Funding SourcesOS-6
 Kingston Land Use/Coverage TableOS-7
 RecommendationsOS-8
 Conservation Land 2006