Sugar River Land Redevelopment

The City of Claremont, NH applied for and was awarded $800,000.00 from the EPA for Assessment, cleanup and reuse planning/development of priority sites along the northern side of the Sugar River.
This includes:
- former Synergy or Monadnock Gas Works Site (Synergy Site),
- former Joy Manufacturing/Foundry Site (Joy Site), and
- as needed other adjacent properties.
This grant can be utilized for up to 5 years.
The Steering Committee will have responsibilities including:
- community engagement
- reuse/cleanup planning
- site assessment and remediation.
After posting a request for proposals and interviews with Engineering Firms, the Steering Committee, EPA Consultants, and City of Claremont Planning & Development have assessed and awarded the project to Weston & Sampson.
The next Steering Committee Meeting will be:
Wednesday, June 5th at 5:00 PM
Visitors Center
14 North Street
Claremont, NH 03743
Check back for additional updates and public meeting announcements.
We appreciate your input and look forward to the future of this beautiful, historic city.
For questions and comments, email
Click HERE to learn more about the Steering Committee for the EPA Multipurpose Grant, including the list of Board Members, Meeting Agendas and Meeting Minutes.
Click HERE to view the UConn Final Study.
Click HERE to view the EPA Marketing Study.
Though this program has been funded, wholly or in part, by EPA, the contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of EPA.






Sugar River Land Redevelopment Map

Sugar River Land Redevelopment Map

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Steering Committee Update Video

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