Input Needed on Haverhill’s Master Plan—Take the New Survey!

Mayor James J. Fiorentini addressed residents at May 29's kickoff of “Vision Haverhill 2035” at Consentino Middle School. (WHAV News photograph)

Haverhill residents have an opportunity to shape the city’s upcoming master plan via an online survey.

The master plan, known as Vision Haverhill 2035, is currently in formation. The master plan’s Boston-based consulting firm, Utile, has created a survey asking for residents’ input on the city. Residents can respond to questions on Haverhill’s culture, economy, transportation, and changes they would like to see. That feedback assists the 13-member master plan committee, appointed by Mayor James J. Fiorentini, in their work.

Developers of the master plan hope to have as many responses as possible as they update the plan for the first time since 2005. Those interested in completing the survey can visit, where the survey is available in English and Spanish.

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