City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission met Jan. 10 to discuss updating the City’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan land use goals.
The goals will help guide the development of the City’s future growth.
The 2030 Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee met Feb. 7 to review and confirm the goals, and City Council confirmed the goals during its Feb. 26 meeting.
2030 Comprehensive Plan goals:
- Promote development patterns with balanced land uses that provide a variety of well-integrated housing and retail choices, transportation, public facilities, and recreational options in all parts of Georgetown.
- Reinvest in Georgetown’s existing neighborhoods and commercial areas to build on previous City efforts.
- Provide a development framework that guides fiscally responsible growth, protects historic community character, demonstrates stewardship of the environment, and provides for effective provision of public services and facilities.
- Guide, promote, and assist the preservation and rehabilitation of the City’s historic resources.
- Ensure effective communication, outreach, and opportunities for public participation and community partnerships to foster a strong sense of community.
- Ensure access to diverse housing options and preserve existing neighborhoods, for residents of all ages, backgrounds and income levels.
- Maintain high-quality infrastructure, public safety services, and community facilities.
- Actively partner with GISD, Williamson County, other governmental agencies, and local organizations to leverage resources and promote innovation.
- Maintain and add to the existing quality parks and recreation.
- Improve and diversify the transportation network.