Community Open House

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On June 17 and 18, the Village of Pinehurst held a Community Open House at the Fair Barn to obtain resident input on the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan. All residents were invited to come see and hear the recommendations from our consultants, Town Planning and Urban Design Collaborative, as we strive to both shape our future and honor our past.

The Community Open House was a drop-in forum held from 12:00pm to 8:00pm on Monday, June 17 and from 8:00am to 4:00pm on Tuesday, June 18. The same information was presented both days, so residents could pick the day and time that worked best with their schedules! Copies of the full draft plan and excerpts of key plan components were available for public review and discussion with staff and our consultants.

A key component of the Comprehensive Plan is how residents would prefer development and re-development to occur in the future in five key focus areas. Participants were provided the projected impacts and were asked to indicate their preferences for alternative development and re-development scenarios in these five key Focus Areas:

  1. The Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ)
  2. Highway 5 Commercial Area
  3. Medical District
  4. Village Place/Rattlesnake Trail Corridor
  5. Highway 211 Commercial Area

The plan also includes recommendations for retaining the character and authenticity of the Village, addressing growth and the impacts of growth on our infrastructure, ensuring good neighborhood design and housing choices, improving mobility throughout the Village, protecting our natural resources and open space, and ensuring a healthy local economy.

The foundation of the Comprehensive Plan is the input hundreds of residents and other key stakeholders provided during the Community Kick-Off event, the Visioning Workshops, and Planapalooza that were held last summer and fall. Along with this, a thorough analysis and understanding of the existing environment and expectations of the future were used to formulate our long-range plan.

For those who were not able to attend, you can provide your input electronically here. Feedback received from residents and stakeholders through July 10th will be submitted to our consultants for the next version of the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan.

On June 17 and 18, the Village of Pinehurst held a Community Open House at the Fair Barn to obtain resident input on the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan. All residents were invited to come see and hear the recommendations from our consultants, Town Planning and Urban Design Collaborative, as we strive to both shape our future and honor our past.

The Community Open House was a drop-in forum held from 12:00pm to 8:00pm on Monday, June 17 and from 8:00am to 4:00pm on Tuesday, June 18. The same information was presented both days, so residents could pick the day and time that worked best with their schedules! Copies of the full draft plan and excerpts of key plan components were available for public review and discussion with staff and our consultants.

A key component of the Comprehensive Plan is how residents would prefer development and re-development to occur in the future in five key focus areas. Participants were provided the projected impacts and were asked to indicate their preferences for alternative development and re-development scenarios in these five key Focus Areas:

  1. The Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ)
  2. Highway 5 Commercial Area
  3. Medical District
  4. Village Place/Rattlesnake Trail Corridor
  5. Highway 211 Commercial Area

The plan also includes recommendations for retaining the character and authenticity of the Village, addressing growth and the impacts of growth on our infrastructure, ensuring good neighborhood design and housing choices, improving mobility throughout the Village, protecting our natural resources and open space, and ensuring a healthy local economy.

The foundation of the Comprehensive Plan is the input hundreds of residents and other key stakeholders provided during the Community Kick-Off event, the Visioning Workshops, and Planapalooza that were held last summer and fall. Along with this, a thorough analysis and understanding of the existing environment and expectations of the future were used to formulate our long-range plan.

For those who were not able to attend, you can provide your input electronically here. Feedback received from residents and stakeholders through July 10th will be submitted to our consultants for the next version of the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan.

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