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.
The Sudbury Board of Selectmen is actively working toward a viable solution to the Eversource proposal to place a transmission line through Sudbury. The Board confirms its opposition to overhead power lines in Sudbury, and will pursue every avenue to achieve this objective, including retaining legal counsel. More
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In 2015 the Planning Board became the Site Plan Review authority in the Town of Sudbury. Site Plan Regulations were adopted on September 9, 2015. For questions, call the Planning and Community Development Department at 978-639-3387.
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
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.
The Planning Board has recently adopted new regulations governing the subdivision of land. More
Electronic submission of application materials now required More