City and County Elected Officials will Consider Adoption of the Community Goals and Objectives on June 15!
Planning staff is now bringing the revised Community Goals and Objectives for the Comprehensive Plan through the process to be formally adopted. The Durham Planning Commission held the first public hearing on April 27. At this hearing residents shared their perspectives on the process and content of the goals and objectives and Commissioners provided suggestions, feedback, and voted (10-1) in favor of this work. You can watch the meeting here.
The public hearing with elected officials for consideration of adoption of the Community Goals and Objectives is scheduled for June 15 at 6pm. This will be a joint meeting with the City Council and the Board of County Commissioners. We invite and encourage you to participate in this public hearing!
Upcoming Community Meeting for residents in the Southeast Durham Area
A major part of creating a Comprehensive Plan is to work with the community to develop a new future land use plan and policies. To start this work, the Planning Department has been asked by City Council to focus first on the southeastern area of Durham to provide early guidance before the entire Comprehensive Plan is adopted. Planning staff is hosting a virtual informational meeting on Thursday, May 20 at 6pm. Staff will share themes we’ve heard so far about transportation, housing developments, and environmental concerns for this area, share more about the Comprehensive Plan process, and answer questions.