Data driven targets set on a regional scale would support communities in their efforts to provide workforce housing development opportunities. Regional scale targets, rather than municipal, may be more effective and responsive to the housing market in the greater Upper Valley region where residents often live in a community different from where they work or attend school (however this should not be used to shift affordable housing on to poorer communities)Both state legislatures should study establishing regional workforce housing targets and provide financial incentives in communities that meet regional “fair share” workforce housing targets (e.g., reduced state tax liability, increased state education funding allocation, greater grant access).