Planning and Economic Development


NH Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA)

The Community Development Finance Authority has improved New Hampshire’s communities for more than 35 years. Established as an instrumentality of the state by the New Hampshire legislature in 1983, CDFA has a long and unique history of providing technical assistance and creative financing to support community economic development initiatives throughout the Granite State.

P3 Advisors Strategy & Finance

Custom Development & Financial Strategies for Private, Public & Institutional Clients.

Community Heart & Soul

Community Heart & Soul®, a nonprofit organization, builds stronger, healthier, and more economically vibrant small cities and towns across the United States. In addition to promoting the Community Heart & Soul model, the organization trains and supports a nationwide network of Certified Community Heart & Soul Coaches who provide training and guidance to local communities.

Mission Broadband

We are an independent, Maine-based consulting firm committed to bringing equitable broadband access to all by helping communities access funding to build networks. Our vendor-neutral approach gives our clients the tools and information needed to make sound decisions around broadband connectivity.

General Code

General Code is a nationwide leader in codification services. Our innovative code-centric solutions help communities more effectively address common challenges and support growth opportunities.

Community Development Finance Authority

CDFA is a statewide nonprofit public authority focused on maximizing the value and impact of community development, economic development and clean energy initiatives in New Hampshire. The organization supports municipalities, nonprofits and businesses with a variety of financial and technical resources, including grant, loan and equity programs.


VHB's passionate team of engineers, scientists, planners, and designers provides consulting services to improve mobility, enhance communities, and contribute to economic development.

New Hampshire Municipal Bond Bank

Created by the legislature in 1977 to provide low-cost access to the national capital markets. Over $3.17 billion has been loaned statewide since the Bond Bank’s inception.