Survey on PLANIT GSO ‘Goals’ Closes December 7
The deadline is 5 pm Friday, December 7, for you to take a survey about 'proposed goals' for how and where Greensboro should grow in the future. Take the survey online now. This survey is part of PLANIT GSO, a multi-phased process to help City staff update its 15-year-old Comprehensive Plan using your thoughts and ideas to do so. A comprehensive plan establishes a vision for the future of a city and then is used as a road map to guide a municipality's investments, development and growth.
Previous public comments have helped the Planning Department staff, who are spearheading PLANIT GSO, come up with six proposed goals. These goals address areas of common interest that the new Comprehensive Plan should focus on. So far, those areas are being called:
- Identity and Experience
- Economic Prosperity
- Built Environment.
The next phase of PLANIT GSO is to use the public input to edit and maybe reorganize the goals, which will then lead to creating strategies and policies for accomplishing the goals. This would be the City's new Comprehensive Plan.
Beginning Monday, December 10, a new survey will be placed online on the PLANIT GSO Web page.