Greensboro's first comprehensive plan was adopted by City Council in 2003. The plan was developed with significant stakeholder input to represent the values, aspirations and interests of our diverse community. The plan is designed to serve as a guide for Greensboro's residents and leaders by setting a positive course for the future. It articulates an overall vision for Greensboro in 2025, establishes goals and policies in support of the vision, and lays out a specific action plan defining the steps the City will take to achieve the desired future. At the core of the plan, is the idea of building social, physical, business, and economic connections among people, organizations, and government within Greensboro and the Piedmont Triad region.
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For more information, contact Russ Clegg at 336-373-2211.