Hall County Government is kicking off its major update to the Hall County Comprehensive Plan with a virtual public meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 at 5:30 p.m. on Zoom. Pre-registration is required, and the link can be found on the plan’s website.
The Comprehensive Plan is the county’s blueprint outlining how its long-term vision and development goals will be realized over time. It is a plan developed by citizens for citizens, addressing a wide variety of issues, including land use, transportation, housing, recreation, historic preservation, open space and economic development.
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) requires an update of a comprehensive plan every five to 10 years. Hall County completed its last major comprehensive plan update in 2017 and a minor update earlier in 2022.
“This meeting will cover the ways our residents can get involved and share their input in the planning process, which is our ultimate goal: to have a plan for the future of Hall County created by Hall County,” said Randi Doveton, director of Hall County Planning and Development.
This virtual meeting will be the first of a series of workshops to update the Comprehensive Plan which will be held both virtually and in-person. The public is encouraged to attend the meetings to share their opinions, concerns and desires.
To pre-register for the event, find details about future events, and see recordings and results of past meetings, visit the plan’s website.