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A key component of developing the Four Shore Coastal Resiliency Plan is the identification of programs, policies, and projects that will increase your community's resilience to sea level rise and other natural disturbances. Proposed projects will be identified collaboratively with municipal staff, elected officials, and the public and will be in direct response to the results of the vulnerability and risk assessment conducted as part of this project. The recommended projects will be grounded in best practices, science, and importantly, community needs.


This page will be updated throughout the planning process. The preliminary project list is expected to be posted in January 2024 along with a community survey asking you to help us prioritize and refine the proposed project list. In the meantime, please use the comment box below to share any project ideas you have!

Potential Project Types

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Capital Projects
(e.g., living shorelines, building elevation, marsh restoration)
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Capacity Building
(e.g. workforce development)
Land Use Regulations
(e.g. updated zoning ordinances)
(e.g., open space preservation, updated Plans of Conservation and Development)

Share Your Project Ideas!

What project or type of project would you like to see implemented to improve your community's ability to adapt to future sea level rise and climate change? Please use the space below to share your idea(s) with the project team.

Thanks for sharing with us!

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