Project Londonderry seeks resident feedback

Londonderry residents welcome to add their ideas for Project Londonderry on posters around town. Photo provided

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – What do Londonderry residents want for their town? This is the question that the Londonderry Planning Commission will be asking residents through a new initiative, Project Londonderry. They want to hear ideas, dreams, and suggestions on what would make Londonderry better for everyone now and in the future.

Project Londonderry posters have been set up around town to record what residents would like for their life in Londonderry. Some ideas might include bike and pedestrian pathways, a brewery, outdoor recreation center, more environmental sustainability, a community center, a year-round farmers market, traffic calming, or more.

Posters are at the Transfer Station, the new Londonderry Village Market, the South Londonderry Free Library, Flood Brook School, and other locations through mid-December. Ideas and suggestions can also be submitted by email to

In January, the Planning Commission will host a community potluck supper to discuss and prioritize the feedback. This will be an opportunity for residents to gather, eat, socialize, build community, and develop ideas and initiatives for Project Londonderry.

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