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A BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE

The Countywide Plan will be a comprehensive guide for future decision-making on a wide range of local and regional issues and services.  The image below depicts a snapshot of potential topics that may be addressed in the Countywide Plan.  (* The Housing and Renewable Energy & Conservation Elements began in advance and independently of the Countywide Plan. These elements will be incorporated at adoption.)

Fact Sheets

Click below to download 2-page fact sheets to learn more about the Countywide Plan and the Community Plans.

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Countywide Plan

Community Plans

Schedule

The Countywide Plan is scheduled to be developed over a period of approximately 3 years, followed by a 4th year of focused implementation and refinement.

Click here to see more information about the project schedule, including a list of primary objectives and major tasks.

FAQs

Have questions?  Click here to find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Countywide Plan.  The information will be updated and added to from time to time.

If you don’t see answers to your questions, want more information, or want to let us know what you think, send us an email.

Library

This online library  provides links to documents, maps, and other materials that will or can be used for reference throughout the Countywide Plan update process.

Explore project reference materials here.

A HISTORY OF CONNECTING WITH THE COMMUNITY

Your Input Matters!

A project of this magnitude requires coordination and input from the people that will be affected by it most. No one knows the County better than you! As community experts, your local insights, observations, and ideas are valuable to us as we undertake various Countywide Plan tasks.

Over the past five years, the County has made it a priority to engage with the public on a variety of projects such as the ones listed below. As a result of these combined efforts, over 5,000 people have shared their ideas with the County during meetings, workshops, and via surveys.