The Dublin Community Plan is to be used as a guide for the City’s land use and development decisions. Dublin will continue working cooperatively with surrounding jurisdictions, and the Plan provides guidance on a variety of issues such as: community character, land use, environmental
The Bridge Street District Plan establishes a vision that reinforces the City’s long-term fiscal health and sustainability and promotes competitiveness and market adaptability by creating new living environments and amenities.
Special Area Plans, the Future Land Use Map and the Thoroughfare Plan The Planning and Zoning Commission will review proposed amendments to the Community Plan at their November 8, 2012 special meeting. Planning has prepared new Special Area Plans for the Bridge Street District and We
Increasing development opportunities in the Bridge Street District, where a significant amount of the City’s utility infrastructure already exists, will allow a more efficient use of the City’s existing water, sewer, and stormwater systems. As additional development and redevelopment
The western edge of Dublin is an area poised for significant change. With approximately 1,100 acres of land between Avery Road, Houchard Road, Shier Rings Road, and State Route 161/Post Road, the West Innovation District is a key portion of the City’s business neighborhoods targeted f
The Planning and Zoning Commission will review the first draft of proposed amendments to the Community Plan’s special area plans at their October 4, 2012 meeting. Planning has prepared updates to the text, graphics and design recommendations of four existing area plans: the Avery Road
The Planning and Zoning Commission was briefed on potential amendments to the Community Plan’s special planning areas at their September 6, 2012 meeting. Planning explained the approach proposed for integrating additional planning areas into the Community Plan to represent all of Dubl
Principles relating to utilities established as part of the 1997 Community Plan are still valid today, and the City’s existing utility infrastructure has been appropriately planned for the anticipated growth of the community. With Dublin’s forward thinking in 1997, necessary upgrades