Initial Vision and Direction (Now through early 2018)
Initial project tasks include data collection, review and outreach. During this phase of the project, existing planning documents and site conditions will be reviewed and assessed. Because the Master Plan is a community-driven process, input from the community will be sought during this period. Information will be gathered from the community on their vision for the future of District 4 including current issues, opportunities, and what community assets should be preserved and enhanced into the future.
Land Use Alternatives Development (Spring 2018)
Based on the community input, conceptual land use alternatives will be developed. These will be presented to the public for input on which alternative or aspects and features of alternatives are most desirable in the community. The desirable components of each alternative will be combined into one preferred alternative that will act as a baseline for the Master Plan.
Master Plan Development (Summer 2018)
The Draft Master Plan will be developed based on the preferred alternative and presented to the County Staff for review and refinement.
Master Plan Review and Recommendation - Zoning Board (Summer 2018)
The Draft Master Plan will be presented to the Zoning Board at a public hearing for review and recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners. Any revisions resulting from the Zoning Board review, comments and recommendations will be incorporated in the Draft Master Plan.
Master Plan Review and Approval – Board of County Commissioners (Summer 2018)
With the Zoning Board input incorporated, the Draft Master Plan will be presented at a public hearing before the Board of County Commissioners for consideration of adoption.