Please plan to attend this meeting to learn about the Rail Trail project, ask questions, and provide comments. More
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The first meeting of the BFRT Design Task Force will be held at Town Hall at 7PM on Jan. 17. More
Ask questions and get the latest information on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Design Project on Tuesday, November 29, 2016, 7-9PM at Town Hall. More
This news story details some technical information regarding Sudbury’s attainment of the 10% affordable housing threshold. The 10% threshold is a parameter set by the Department of Housing and Community Development for 40B compliance. Communities that have surpassed having 10% of their year-round housing stock designated as affordable (per the regulations promulgated at
760 CMR 56), are in a ‘safe harbor’ relative to subsequent comprehensive permit applications.
CPC Proposals Under Review for FY18 Funding More
Conditions for Town Meeting approval More
Benefits Over Broad Range of Town Needs More
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 @ 6:30 PM-Sudbury Grange Hall More
2016 Annual Town Meeting Action Anticipated More
Information & Services
Frost Farm is a 44-unit age-restricted development, where the units are sold to eligible purchasers at prices discounted from the market rate. All purchasers must be considered eligible. The Department of Planning and Community Development … More
In planning for the future of the Melone site, a public participation program was developed to get a sense of how residents view the current state of the property and to garner ideas for best uses. More
Updates and information on the Sudbury section of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail More
History of Town actions regarding reuse planning efforts for Melone property located on Route 117. More
Contact Information for Meadow Walk Sudbury More
West Metro HOME Fair Housing Plan West Metro HOME Fair Housing Plan Appendices
The Town of Sudbury Zoning Board of Appeals has received an application for a Comprehensive Permit proposed by B’nai B’rith Housing New England, Inc. on a 6 acre parcel at 187 Boston Post Road. The proposal is for the construction … More
The webpage for the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Design Project has been updated and is found here. The information includes links to Preliminary Design Plans for the Project. More
Public Hearings to continue until July 25, 2016 More
MassDOT is currently in the 25% design process for traffic improvements to the intersection of Boston Post Road and Landham Road. Attached is the Road Safety Audit, produced by Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI), commissioned by MassDOT. … More
As this project progresses check back regularly. We will be updating this website to include relevant information and events. To join the Sudbury Rail Trails email list please send your preferred email to firstname.lastname@example.org with … More
For more information on zoning please review the zoning bylaw here. For questions, please contact the Planning and Community Development office at (978) 639-3387, or the Building Inspector at 978-440-5461.
Construction Schedule to be announced after bids received More
FEMA is updating their flood insurance maps across the country. In Sudbury, the new maps will go in to affect July of 2014. There have been several changes to the boundaries across town. To learn … More
Early Steps in project planning More
List of residential developments as of March 2015 More
Workshops in 2001 and 2002 defined resident’s preferences for Route 20 future development More
Lists goals and priorities for next 5-10 years More
For a listing of all Wireless Sites in Sudbury click here. To review the Wireless Coverage Analysis, February 2010 click here.
Please visit the following links for more information: Rules and Regulations for Special Permits in the Water Resource Protection Districts For more information, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
For more information regarding in ground irrigation systems please refer to the regulations governed by the general bylaw found on page 105-106 here. For questions, call the Board of Health at 978-440-5481.
For more information on the rules and regulations of earth removal please consult the application here and pages 27 through 29 of the General Bylaws here. For questions, call the Planning and Community Development Department … More
To view the Open Space and Recreation Plan visit the webpage here. For more information, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
Please visit the following links for more information: Senior Residential Community Bylaw Incentive Senior Development Bylaw For more information, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
The Town has published 40B Guidelines to assist in developing projects in Sudbury. These guidelines provide a solid framework for what the Town would like to see in 40B developments, and further describe the Town’s process, architecture preferences, and overall goals. More
For more information on site plan review please review the site plan rules and regulations here. For questions, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
Please review the rules and regulations for subdividing land here. For more information, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
Planning Board seeks to educate residents before removal of walls and trees. More
Town Seeks Resident Assistance with Walkway Planning More
The Town has created 40B guidelines to assist in defining 40B development projects. More
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation has partnered with Freedom’s Way Heritage Association to conduct a Heritage Landscape Inventory Program in Sudbury. More
Any plans submitted to the Planning Board are required to have a cover memo with the date of the plan and a brief narrative of what the plan shows. This is particularly important for plans … More
Recently released figures from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council project significant growth potential for town. More
Want to know how the town’s permitting rules might affect you? Or what that development going up next door had to go through for approval? See the League of Women Voters’ primer on the permitting process in Sudbury. More