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Town of Freeport
PLANNING/DEVELOPMENT QUESTIONS

Q. If I want to a project/development in town, who should I contact?.
A. Begin by contacting the the Town Planner's Office

Q. What rules regulate land use, construction, traffic, and other public activity in town?
A. The Town has various ordinances in place. You may view these documents HERE.

Q. If I want to a project/development in town, who will review it?
A. There are three Boards:, Staff Review Board, Project Review Board, and Planning Board. The applicant should contact the Town Planner for reveiw of the proposal, then the Town Planner will determine which Board needs to review the project.

The Project Review Board reviews applications for subdivision review, site plan review and Design Review Certificates.

The Planning Board reviews requests for amendments to the Zoning Ordinance, Zoning Map, or Comprehensive Plan, and works on long-range planning.

The Staff Review Board reviews more minor applications and changes to plans.

Each Board typically meets once per month at the Town Hall. Public notices are sent as required by the Freeport Zoning Ordinance and Freeport Subdivision Ordinance. Agendas are also posted at Town Hall, the Freeport Community Library, and on the Town's website.