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.


Join the project team on March 1st or March 10th at 6PM to discuss Open Space & Recreation and Natural & Cultural Resources. Register for the meetings below - select the one that fits your schedule better.

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!

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.

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Latest News

Virtual Workshop #3 will be held in March. To accommodate busy schedules, the project team will host two identical virtual public meetings. Registration for the events is required - simply click the event titles below for more information.

We'll be discussing Open Space & Recreation and Natural & Cultural Resources.

Upcoming Meetings or Events


Raynham MP Virtual Workshop #3 – Meeting 2

This is one of two identical meetings. Simply join the one that fits your schedule best. Registration is required - click the event title to find registration link.More >>

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Mail List

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Public Comment Form

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


Virtual Workshop #3
Open Space & Recreation, Natural & Cultural Resources

Where: Virtual
When: March 1, 2021 and March 10, 2021

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

The project team will host two live meetings via zoom; choose the date most convenient for you and register in advance. Each meeting is standalone, and you are not required to attend both.


Couldn't make it to any of the virtual meetings? Still have more to say? This is your chance let us know more about Open Space & Recreation and Natural & Cultural Resources in town.

Click the icon to the left to access the WikiMap Exercise. Use this tool to highlight a place in town that you think should be preserved, maintained or repurposed for open space, recreation or cultural events. Let us now about sites in town that others should know about as well.

Click the icon to the left to access the Cultural Inventory Survey. Use this tool to let us know what places, sites, and events make Raynham a special community. We encourage you to share what would enhance life in Raynham

Photos and Media

Borden Colony in Raynham
Raynham Town Hall
Raynham Police and Fire Department
Johnson Pond in Raynham
Walmart and Stoneforge
Taunton River in Raynham
Walmart and Stoneforge

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.

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