Public Forum #3

The goal of the third public engagement process was to gain feedback to develop a preferred growth scenario to include in the draft comprehensive plan. The scenarios presented in this round were created from the most common themes and issues noted in the first two rounds of public input.

If you were unable to attend any of the public meetings, please view the presentation below for additional information prior to completing the survey.

Public Forum 3 Cover Page and Link

  • Slide 1: Contact information
  • Slide 2: Timeline of process
  • Slide 3: Goals of adopted 2008 Comprehensive Plan
  • Slide 4: Citizen-identified themes of current comprehensive plan
  • Slide 5: Brief overview of ongoing market assessment**
  • Slide 6: County map showing both Scenario 1 and Scenario 2
  • Slide 7: Map showing Rushmere Village Center
  • Slide 8: Map showing Newport Development Service District
  • Slide 9: Map showing Windsor Development Service District
  • Slide 10: Map showing Camptown Development Service District
  • Slide 11: Explanation of mapping exercise and survey
  • Slide 12: Maps showing the predicted daily increase or decrease of traffic counts in each scenario – study done by  Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO)
  • Slide 13: Pictorial and written explanation of each of the land uses depicted in Scenarios 1 and 2
  • Slide 14: Next steps in the comprehensive planning process
  • Slide 15: Meeting dates and times


**Please find below the preliminary findings of the economic and market feasibility analysis of the 2008 Comprehensive Plan and two alternative future growth scenarios that were discussed during the public forum meetings. The intent of this information is to provide a general analysis of the potential fiscal impact of the different scenarios. An accompanying draft report will be available here soon.

Capital Impact Scenario Comparison — These tables project the potential fiscal impact of providing public service to new growth over the next 20 years (2020-2040). These estimates utilize the County’s projected population growth over the next 20 years and represent a “worst case scenario” for fiscal impacts. They do not take into account the expansion or recycling of existing facilities and resources.

 

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