Examples of Commercial Recreation opportunities include indoor or outdoor sports, skiing, camping, aquatic recreation, and more!
 
Currently, Commercial Recreation is only allowed in one zoning district, Commercial Highway (CH), which is generally only located along the Route 110 (Littleton Road) corridor. Such facilities require a special permit from the Zoning Board of Appeals.
 
We would appreciate your feedback and opinions to help guide public planning efforts to provide more opportunities for Commercial Recreation in town. The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete.
 
Thank you very much!

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* 1. Which of these zoning districts would you prefer to see Commercial Recreation allowed? Please select all that apply. Please refer to the map.

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* 2. Would you be in favor of allowing Commercial Recreation as-of-right for smaller scale indoor/outdoor opportunities in the Commercial Highway district, where it is currently allowed by special permit only? (“As-of-right” means development that may proceed under a zoning bylaw without the need for a special permit, variance, zoning amendment, waiver, or other discretionary zoning approval.)

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* 3. Would you be in favor of allowing indoor/outdoor Commercial Recreation in the Industrial Highway district along Lyberty Way?

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* 4. Would you be in favor of designating the Planning Board as the Special Permit Granting Authority (SPGA) to streamline and potentially shorten the permitting process? (Presently, the Zoning Board of Appeals is the SPGA and Planning Board does the required site plan review, so applicants must go to both Boards.)

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* 5. Which of the following would you like to see more of in town? Please select all that apply.

For the following questions 6 through 8, please select which option you agree with most:

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* 6. Facility Size

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* 7. Target Age Groups

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* 8. Indoor vs. Outdoor

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* 9. What is your biggest concern regarding the creation of new recreational opportunities in Town? Please limit your response to a sentence or two.

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