The Planning Division of the Office of Energy and Planning offers several services to planners throughout New Hampshire.
"Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now." Alan Lakein, writer
The Geographic Information System service of the Office of Energy and Planning provides mapping support and geographic analysis to other programs in the office, develops geographic data layers for the statewide GRANIT project, and provides guidance to GRANIT through its position as coordinator of the statewide GIS Advisory Committee.
The Intergovernmental Review Process provides an opportunity to state and local agencies to review federal programs and activities. OEP is designated as the Single Point of Contact to identify state agencies that should be involved in the planning and development of activities covered by Executive Order 12372, and provides these agencies with the opportunity to evaluate proposals.
Municipal and Regional Planning Assistance staff provides information, guidance, and training to municipal officials and staff, regional and state planners and the general public about laws and regulations pertaining to land use.