Community Master Plans

Raynham Master Plan

This web page is the online hub of the Master Plan process. We keep this site up to date with new information and events - please check in regularly and view the project sub-pages.


The Land Use, Housing, and Economic Development Workshop page is still open!

CLICK HERE to find out more!

Welcome to the Raynham Master Plan Project Page!

In the fall of 2019, the Town of Raynham began creating a new Master Plan that will help guide the town moving forward. To complete this work, we need to hear from you - Raynham residents, business owners, and workforce members. Your input is the essential ingredient – combined with current, accurate data – that builds Raynham’s Master Plan!

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Upcoming Meetings or Events

Latest News

A very special thank you to all who attended the virtual workshops on November 4th and 12th! Did you miss it? Don't worry - catch up using the Workshop Summary, access the workshop page where you can watch the meeting videos, review the previous planning goals, and participate in the interactive mapping exercise.

What is a Master Plan?

A Master Plan is a narrative document describing the story of Raynham’s history and the experience of living in town today. It is a policy document that lays out an optimal vision for Raynham and articulates the strategies, actions, and decisions that will assist the town in arriving at that future. In short, it is a long-range plan that helps guide the town, that builds trust by making transparent decisions, and that bases those decisions on accurate information and public input.

Join the Discussion

Discussion Forum

Use the discussion forum below to share your opinion and read others' (requires a free Gmail account to post). To start, click on a discussion topic and "reply" to one of the suggested questions or post on any other related issue. All input will be collected by the project team.

DISCLAIMER: This forum is intended for public use. Please identify yourself if you would like your comment to enter the public record. Please also remain polite and on point.

Public Comment Form

Submit this form at any time during the Master Plan process. The project team welcomes questions, comments, and general thoughts.


Workshop #1: "Discovery"

Where: Virtual Workshop
When: 7/18/20 and 7/22/20

The "Discovery" Workshop was very successful! Several residents, parents, and town committee members discussed priorities and issues to begin the process of developing goals and to identify strategies to achieve those goals. Thank you all for coming!

The "Discovery" Workshop Summary is now available! Please feel free to share with your friends and neighbors.

Workshop #2: Land Use, Housing, and Economic Development

Where: Virtual Workshop
When: 11/4/20 and 11/12/20

The second workshop focused on Land Use, Housing, and Economic Development. A special thank you to all who joined us and made your voice heard! Both of the meeting videos are provided here if you want to get caught up.

The workshop summary is now available! Download your copy by clicking here.


Comments are still being accepted! Use the interactive Points of Interest Map to share important information about places in town!

Workshop #3: Natural & Cultural Resources and Open Space & Recreation

Where: TBD
When: Winter 2020/Spring 2021

The third workshop will focus on Natural & Cultural Resources and Open Space & Recreation. Join us and make your voice heard about natural resources, open spaces, recreational areas, and cultural events in Raynham.

Workshop #4: Services & Facilities and Transportation & Circulation

Where: TBD
When: Spring 2021/Summer 2021

The fourth workshop for the Raynham Master Plan will focus on services and facilities, as well as transportation and circulation. Join us to let us know your satisfaction with public buildings and their ability to provide services. Attendees can also take this opportunity to share their experiences on Rayham's transportation network.

Open House: Draft Master Plan Presentation

Where: TBD
When: Fall 2021

The final workshop of the Raynham Master Plan invites you to preview the draft of the final master plan document. Join us to give your thoughts and suggestions to ensure the Raynham Master Plan reflects the goals of the people and provides the path of implementation best suited to achieve those goals.

Photos and Media

Walmart and Stoneforge
Community Gardens in Raynham
Former Dog Racing track
Taunton River in Raynham
Route 24 and 44 Interchange
Raynham Public Library
Borden Colony in Raynham
Raynham Town Hall
Johnson Pond in Raynham
Pleasant Street and Orchard Street Area in Raynham
Raynham Police and Fire Department

Maps & Data

Interactive Maps

Demographic Data

Click either image below to download the entire Demographics Board.

Previous Planning Goals & Priorities

The project team considered Raynham's previous planning reports and projects to gather a collection of goals and priorities that remain relevant to the town's residents, business owners, and future growth opportunities.

To the right, you will find goals & priorities organized by the Elements of a Master Plan. Each goal and priority is a direct quote from a previous plan or study carried out and endorsed by the Town of Raynham.

Document Library

  • December 10, 2020 - The Land Use, Housing, and Economic Development Workshop Summary is now available.
  • September 28, 2020 - The Land Use, Housing, and Economic Development Workshop webpage is officially open! Zoom meetings will be held on November 4th and November 12th.
  • July 15, 2020 - The Virtual "Discovery" Workshop webpage is officially open! Zoom meetings will be held on July 18th and July 22nd.
  • May 15, 2020 - Raynham's Master Plan Survey launches. Share your thoughts about the future of Raynham!
  • May 01, 2020 - Raynham's Master Plan project is officially launched! See Press Release for more information. Take a minute to review some of Raynham's demographic data. This information from the U.S. Census Bureau and various state agencies will help inform the Master Plan project.