Foxborough Housing Production Plan is Seeking Resident Input
Posted on 07/09/2020
Foxborough Housing Production Plan Online Open HouseHelp Guide the Future of Housing in Foxborough

Online open house now live; results will help shape strategies to meet housing need and guide development

FOXBOROUGH – The Town of Foxborough is gathering resident feedback on housing through an online open house that launched on Monday, June 29. 

The Town is taking a proactive approach to planning for the future of housing by creating a Housing Production Plan (HPP) in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the regional planning agency serving Greater Boston. During the planning process, the Foxborough community has considered and discussed its goals for housing in town and is currently determining strategies that will achieve those goals. A working group of Foxborough residents and stakeholders is helping to guide the plan.

On the online open house, residents will learn about potential strategies this plan might recommend and weigh in on each strategy. Participants will also be able to propose locations for the type of housing they would like to see in town. The input received through the open house will be used to craft recommendations for the HPP, which will be shared with the community in the fall. 

The online open house is available at and will be open until Wednesday, July 22. 
Work on this project is funded in part by a grant from the state Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. 

For questions about the project, for more information or to get involved, contact Paige Duncan [email protected] or Alexis Smith at [email protected]