PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - LONG RANGE PLANNING
A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow." -George S. Patton
The Long Range Planning Team is responsible for the development, maintenance and implementation of the comprehensive plan and other plans, including neighborhood, small area, village, corridor, and special program plans. The Long Range Planning Team conducts research and analysis using a variety of data sources to anticipate growth, development, population, and economic trends; develops the necessary ordinances, policies and programs to address community needs. Additionally, the Long Range Planning Team writes and administers grants; manages and coordinates the county's housing rehabilitation and indoor plumbing programs.
Other Responsibilities of the Long Range Planning Team include:
- Performs long-range and comprehensive planning studies
- Maintains census data and other relevant statistical information related to demographic, development trends, and planning opportunities/constraints.
- Seeks and facilitates public input in the development of long range plans and programs.
- Supervises and manages the county's transportation planning functions; coordinates with local, state and federal agencies to provide transportation planning on a local and regional scale.
Successfully Planning: Public action that generates a desirable, widespread and sustained private market reaction. -Alexander Garvin
For more information regarding the Long Range Planning Division, please contact:
Principal Planner/Long Range Planning
Department of Planning and Community Development