2015 Open Space Maps
|Illustrates where agricultural soils are found in Town, including Prime Farmland and Statewide Important Farmland, overlaid with existing farms and Chapter 61A lands.
|Conservation and Recreation Accomplishments Since 2004
|Illustrates Conservation and Recreation achievements since the 2004 Open Space and Recreation Plan.
|Depicts impaired rivers and lakes, hazardous material sites, and capped landfills.
|Illustrates trails open to the public.
|Depicts the Floodway, 100-year and 500-year floodplains (Not inclusive of the Letter of Map Amendment for the Mill Brook).
|Depicts existing infrastructure including roads, sidewalks, bridges, rail lines, train stations, and Historic Districts.
|Illustrates various land covers including forest, forested wetlands, orchards, nurseries, pasture, and cropland.
|Lands of Conservation and Recreational Interest
|Illustrates areas and parcels in Town recognized as priorities for protection.
|Depicts land uses across Town.
|Open Space Framework
|Illustrates landscapes with similar characteristics and functions including Large Natural Areas, Large Agricultural Areas, Wildlife and Water Corridors, and Built environments.
|Plant and Wildlife Habitat
|Depicts aquatic and wildlife habitat across town. Includes Certified and Potential Vernal Pools, BioMap core habitats, and known beaver dams.
|Private Open Space
|Illustrates the protection status of privately owned open space lands.
|Public Open Space
|Illustrates the protection status of publicly owned lands.
|Public Water Supply
|Depicts aquifers and Zone II Water Protection Areas.
|Depicts Concord's location in relation to neighboring towns.
|Seven-Year Action Plan
|Illustrates conservation and recreational goals to accomplish from 2015-2022.
|Depicts the location of various soils types including hydric, well drained, and areas with shallow depth to bedrock.
|Depicts special geological, ecological, historical, recreational, and scenic sites in Town.
|Depicts the location of granite, mafic rock, metaphoric rock, and rocky outcrops in Town.
|Illustrates Concord's unique cultural, recreational, and ecological features that need to be protected in order to maintain Concord's character.
|Illustrates wetland resource areas and 200-foot Riverfront Area.
|Shows the various zoning districts in Town.
The Open Space Framework maps depict protected and unprotected lands in each area.