Preserving and Protecting
Nantucket’s Open Spaces


Discovery Playground at Hinsdale Park and the Codfish Park Playground are Open! (Please click here to read guidelines)


Conservation, recreation and agriculture for the benefit of the public in perpetuity

The Nantucket Land Bank was created by a 466-to-1 vote of annual Town meeting
in 1983. Since inception, as the first of its kind in the nation, it has served as a model
for other communities across the country. For over 30 years, we have worked to
acquire, hold and manage key open spaces, provide waterfront access, preserve
scenic views, protect ecological resources, promote local agriculture and create
outdoor recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike.

Interactive Map

Interactive Map

To date, nearly half of Nantucket is forever protected open space. Explore Land Bank properties and walking trails on our interactive map.

Explore our Properties

Agendas

Agenda

Nantucket Land Bank meeting agendas are posted in the Agendas and Minutes section of the Town website.

Filing

Filing

All property transfer forms are available at the Land Bank office and are also available for download here.

Land Bank News

Why Article 97 is a bad idea and will harm Nantucket

Click here to read the Nantucket Land Bank Commission’s April 1, 2021 OpEd from The Nantucket Inquirer & Mirror.

Coming Soon!

Dog park construction is underway at the corner of Surfside Road and Miacomet Road.