In our communities and across the Central Planning District, we’ve got unique places and areas that present opportunities for preservation, enhancement, and transformation. By thinking about the locations and places worth connecting to and within, the places that matter to us – where we live, work, worship, learn, and play, we can position our communities to be places of interest and investment.
How we use our land determines our communities’ character and sets the stage for development. Successful places balance land use priorities as well as the financial, environmental, and social impacts of growth and development.
Where do you see your community in the future? What do you want it to be?
Guided by a set of principles and the objectives of preservation, enhancement, and transformation, ensure your community is represented by attending the upcoming meeting where we develop a future land use map for the 15 communities of the district.
The purpose of land use planning in the planning district process is to take steps that will attract, develop, and retain a diverse and stable workforce that will sustain a healthy economy. Take part in this critical step in the process.
RSVP for our next meeting at Unity Township at 6:00 PM on Thursday, April 28.
What places matter to you in your community? Come map and discuss them on April 28.