Master Plan Committee

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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  • Rachel Benson
  • Chris Desprez
  • Jeff Johnson
  • Carol Lerch
  • Tom McHugh
  • Sherri Minch
  • David Rabinovitz
  • Charles Smith
  • Debra Sundin
  • Chris Yarworth (staff)


Plainville Comprehensive Plan

The Plainville Comprehensive Plan will take a look at aspects of community life and government to make positive changes over the next 5 to 10 years. Explore all the background information and data, maps, drawings, and other content - and be sure to check back regularly for new information and online and in-person events.

Plainville Comprehensive Plan - Link to SRPEDD Master Plan Project Page & Public Survey

Over the next 2 years, Plainville will create a new Comprehensive Plan, also called a Town Master Plan, that will help guide the town moving forward. To complete this work, we need to hear from you - Plainville's residents, business owners, and workforce members.

What a Comprehensive Plan Is
A Comprehensive Plan, also called a community Master Plan, is a narrative document describing the story of Plainville's history and the experience of living in town today. It is a policy document that lays out an optimal vision for Plainville and articulates the strategies, actions, and decisions that will assist the town in arriving at that future. In short, it is a long-range plan that helps guide the town, that builds trust by making transparent decisions, and bases those decisions on accurate information and public input.

Project Roles
The Town is working with Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) to develop its next community Master Plan. SRPEDD is a public, non-profit agency that serves 27 communities in southeastern MA. The project will take place from August 2022 to roughly December 2023. Our role is to facilitate a proactive and transparent civic engagement process that gathers and integrates your views on community needs and aspirations.


This project is 100% funded by grants, as follows:

  • $50,000 from DLTA funding obtained through SRPEDD
  • $8,000 from Community Assistance hours obtained through SRPEDD
  • $75,000 from the Massachusetts Housing Choice Initiative Program