Reports & Plans
Dover Town Plan
The Dover Town Plan was first accepted by the Select Board in 1991.
There have been revisions and changes to the document since then with the most recently accepted version being May 2016. This document represents a full and comprehensive plan to be followed moving forward.
Strategic Economic Development Plan for Dover & Wilmington
The Strategic Economic Development Plan for Dover & Wilmington, also know as the 'Mullin Report' was completed and presented to the towns in December of 2009.
The report outlines a road map for the two towns to ensure a viable and sustainable local economy.
Housing Analysis & Master Plan
for Dover & Wilmington
The housing Analysis and Master Plan for Dover & Wilmington, was completed and presented to the towns in November of 2019.
The report provides an inventory, need, and plan to provide sustainable and cost effective year-round rentals in the towns of Dover and Wilmington.
The Town of Dover Trails and Recreation Master Plan is intended to help meet the needs of current and future residents by positioning Dover to build on the community’s unique trails and recreational assets. The citizen‐driven plan establishes a clear direction to guide town staff, elected officials, and stakeholders in their efforts to enhance the community’s expansive trail network and unique recreational facilities. This document is meant to create a roadmap of strategic planning processes for the Town of Dover over the next
3, 10, and 25-year horizons.
Dover Trails and Recreation
Bi-Town Marketing Strategic Plan
The Bi-Town Marketing Strategic Plan for Dover & Wilmington, established by Charrette, was completed and presented to the towns in December of 2020.
The plan provides a road map for how to effectively market the year round attractions, activities and assets the towns of Dover and Wilmington have to offer our visitors.