The City collaborates with residents, property owners, and businesses to develop long-range plans for the City as a whole, as well as for specific corridors and neighborhoods.

The planning process engages stakeholders to identify strengths and opportunities in their communities and build consensus around strategies to address concerns and solve problems together.

Frequently asked questions and answers about our plans and studies are found below.

FAQs

  • What is our Comprehensive Plan, Connections 2025?
  • Tell me about the Fresh Food Access Plan.
  • Which neighborhoods have neighborhood plans?
  • Tell me about the Aycock Neighborhood Strategic Plan.
  • Tell me about the strategic plan for East Greensboro.
  • Tell me about the Cedar Street/Bellemeade Area Plan.
  • Tell me about the Central Gateway Corridor Plan.
  • Tell me about the College Hill Neighborhood Plan.
  • Tell me about the Downtown Area Consolidated Plan?
  • Tell me about the East Greensboro Study Committee Report
  • Tell me about the Friendly Avenue Area Plan.
  • Tell me about the Glenwood Neighborhood Plan
  • Tell me about the Heath Community Strategic Plan.
  • Tell me about the Jonesboro/Scott Part Neighborhood Plan.
  • Tell me about the Lawndale Drive Corridor Plan
  • Tell me about the Lindley Park Neighborhood Plan.
  • Tell me about the Randleman Road Phase I Corridor Plan.
  • Tell me about the Western Area Plan.
  • What areas have active Redevelopment Plans?
  • Tell me about the Arlington Park Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the Eastside Park Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the Heritage House Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the Ole Asheboro Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the Phillips Lombardy Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the South Elm Street Redevelopment Plan.
  • Tell me about the Willow Oaks Redevelopment Plan
  • What plans are considered the Inactive Redevelopment Plans?
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