Over a year’s worth of work, including stakeholder interviews, community surveys and forums, draft presentations, tweaks and changes is bringing the plan for Clayton’s future into clearer focus. PLAN Clayton is the Comprehensive Land Use Plan Update which staff has been working with consultant Urban Collaborative on since 2016. The simple goal is to build upon the original Land Use Plan which was adopted in 1999 and develop implementable tasks to build Clayton in a smart and cohesive fashion.
What is a Comprehensive Land Use Plan? It provides a road map, developed by residents and community stakeholders, for future growth and development. PLAN Clayton focuses and builds on the history of Clayton. The Plan further develops the City’s strengths and bolsters the weaknesses.
PLAN Clayton main goals are to promote walkable neighborhoods, central cores and offer possible solutions to creating a central area for Clayton, all of which were identified by residents as great importance. There has been several drafts and staff hopes to have the final plan presented to City Council on May 3rd. When adopted, the final document will include an implementation plan staff will use to develop initiatives moving forward. Residents are encouraged to review the final draft and provide any feedback prior to the final adoption on May 3rd. The draft plan can be viewed on the City’s website or are available at the Clayton Government Center.
PLAN Clayton Process Status
Pre-Final Report & Draft Implementation Plan
Please take a moment to review the Pre-Final Update to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Draft Implementation Plan, and Draft Appendix.
The next meeting is with the City Council scheduled for April 19, 2018 at 7:30pm at the Clayton Council Chamber at the corner of Old Salem & Taywood Rd., 6996 Taywood Rd. We hope to see you there!
Following the meeting on February 15, 2018, the reports appeared on Planning Commission agenda on March 26, 2018 at 7:00pm which was a public hearing. The Planning Commission recommended adoption to the Council. The Council will hold a public hearing and 1st reading of the report on April 19th. Then Council will hold a 2nd reading of report on May 3rd. All meetings are open to the public.
Please call or email any comments, concerns, or questions to Jennifer Barclay at (937) 836-3500 x114 or email@example.com Thank you for your input!