Current draft of the neighborhood planning document is here and will be discussed at a final meeting next Monday evening

Flyer for neighborhood summit, Monday June 16One week from tonight, the neighborhood and the city Planning Department will hold the fourth and presumably final neighborhood summit on the College Hill Neighborhood Plan.

  • Purpose

“The primary purpose of this neighborhood plan is to present practical strategies and policy recommendations for enhancing the desirable conditions and reducing the undesirable conditions currently found in College Hill.

“The College Hill Neighborhood Plan is a guide for making future decisions about how resources should be allocated, what kinds of development activity are appropriate, and what issues the residents and property owners are concerned about. It is a statement of what the College Hill neighborhood wants to achieve and become, as well as a roadmap for the City of Greensboro and the College Hill Neighborhood Association to use cooperatively in reaching that vision.”

  • Current draft

Click here to see the plan (PDF).

  • Meeting time and location

Monday, June 16, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, 501 South Mendenhall Street.

  • Contents and strategic action plan

The plan reviews the current state of the neighborhood, future land use issues, and specific infill and re-use opportunities. It includes a strategic plan addressing six areas:

  1. Housing and Historic Character
  2. Crime and Safety
  3. Communications and Governance
  4. Neighborhood Development
  5. Parking and Traffic
  6. Quality-of-Life

More than 40 neighborhood residents have taken part in the development of the plan. Whether you have attended previous meetings or not, the neighborhood association and city want your opinions, concerns and interests to help shape the outcome. Please join us on the 12th.

If you have questions or need further information, contact Jeff Sovich of the City Planning Department, 336 433-7264, click here for email.

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