Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Presentations on the District Comprehensive Plan

You may not know it, but The District of Columbia has a long-term plan for the continuing development of our home. Desi Deschaine, from the Executive Office of the Mayor, sent along a note that the Office of Planning has invited the public to comment on the plan.

The Office of Planning invites the public to review and comment on proposed revisions to the District's Comprehensive Plan, the city's long-range policy document on the physical development and redevelopment of the city.

Over the past 18 months, the Office of Planning has made city-wide presentations and conducted ward-wide briefings to solicit resident input into the revision of the Comprehensive Plan. The proposed revisions reflect the input we have received from over 2000 people who attended these meetings as well as smaller meetings with civic and citizen associations.

The Comprehensive Plan Presentations will:

  • Explain major changes in the organization of the revised Plan

  • Describe how the revised Comp Plan incorporates ward level and area specific land-use policies

  • Provide the opportunity for additional feedback from residents on the proposed revisions, including proposed map changes

The Comprehensive Plan Presentations will be held from 6:00 to 8:30 PM on the following dates and at the following locations:

Monday, May 22
Reeves Center
2000 14th Street, NWCommunity Room, 2nd

Tuesday, May 23
McKinley High School
151 T Street,

Wednesday, May 24
Kelly-Miller Middle School
301 49th Street,

Tuesday, May 30
University of the District of Columbia
Connecticut Avenue, NWBldg 38, Windows Lounge

Thursday, June 1
WVSA/SAIL Public Charter School
1100 16th Street, NW

Monday, June 5
Petey Green Center
2907 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue,

Wednesday, June 7
King Greenleaf Recreation Center
201 N Street,

Thursday, June 8
Emery Recreation Center
Georgia Avenue and
Madison Street, NW

For more information, call +1 202.442.8812, or visit www.inclusivecity.org.


Anonymous said...

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Jennifer said...


Anonymous said...

Awesome! Thanks.