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Master Plan Information

A municipal master plan serves as the Town's primary policy statement on future development in Burlington. The process will involve the assessment of current trends relative to the environment, natural and cultural resources, population, demographics, housing stock and economic opportunity. The legal basis for master planning in Massachusetts comes from Chapter 41, Section 81D of the General Laws of Massachusetts. This act requires communities to create Master Plans to “provide a basis for decision making regarding the long term physical development of the Municipality.” The law requires the plan to be consistent in its policies, forecasts, and standards. It also outlines a series of elements that must be addressed in the plan.

Town of Burlington
Master Plan RFP

Phase 1 Goals & Community Character Statement & Land Use Analysis

The Town of Burlington, Massachusetts, in coordination with the Burlington Planning Department, seeks consultant assistance to develop a series of plans and analyses related to the first phase of the development of a Comprehensive Master Plan. Phase 1 will include the Goals & Community Character Statement & Land Use analysis for the Town. 

DUE TO STORM - DEADLINE FURTHER EXTENDED 
Submissions due by Monday, December 23, 2013 at 4:00 PM

Master Plan RFP 

Contact: Kristin Kassner, Planning Director atkkassner@burlington.org or 781-270-1645 with any questions.