The City of Annapolis is getting started on its update to the Comprehensive Plan--a Comprehensive Plan is a broad statement about the community, looking approximately 20 years ahead. The plan includes goals and strategies to achieve the goals, with specific performance measures and targets that will help determine if these goals are being met. We will be looking at how we can ensure healthy communities, healthy economies, and healthy environments.
The first public meeting for the new comprehensive plan will be held on May 7, starting at 7 pm at the "Pip" Moyer Recreation Center, 273 Hilltop Lane.
The new plan will build on the 2009 Comprehensive Plan with public input, data collection, goal definition, strategies, performance measures, and performance targets to ensure that it all gets put into action.
Certain sections of the plan are required by the Land Use Article from State of Maryland Law. The plan will begin with a demographic analysis of the City and will also include sections on: Land Use, Environment, Water Resources and Sea Level Rise, Housing, Transportation, Parks and Community Facilities, Sensitive Areas, and Municipal Growth.
The Planning Commission will also have a worksession with the City Council on April 18 at 3 pm in the City Council Chambers.
For more information, visit: https://www.annapolis.gov/1446/2020-Comprehensive-Plan
Email Sally Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, of if you would like a presentation on the Comprehensive Plan at your next community or business association meeting.