Future Land Use Plan (FLUP)
Georgetown’s Future Land Use Plan (FLUP) is a policy document, which is intended to guide City staff and officials, as they make decisions on where, when, and how the City should grow. A land use plan that is understandable to citizens, City staff and the City Council will provide a cohesive and unified vision for developers and property owners as future development occurs within the community.
Information and Handouts from (10.30.2019) Comprehensive Plan Public Meeting:
- Comp Plan Public Meeting Information Boards
- Comp Plan Public Meeting Handout
- Comp Plan Public Meeting Entry and Exit Survey Results
How to Give Input:
- Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please include your name, email, and phone number in your comments)
- Attend a meeting (meetings listed below)
Upcoming Input Opportunities:
- January 28 @ 3pm | City Council Workshop (City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street)
- February 12 @ 4:30pm | Public Meeting #3 (Location: Georgetown Library, Friends Room, 402 W. 8th Street)
As a section of the 2030 Plan, the update to the Future Land Use Plan is anticipated to be formally adopted by City Council early 2020.