As you know, Louisville Metro Government is leading an effort to update Cornerstone 2020, our current Comprehensive Plan which expires in less than three years. Louisville’s Comp Plan establishes a framework to guide public and private decisions about future growth, preservation and changes within our county. This new Comp Plan will serve as the community’s official statement about how it hopes to change over the next 20 years. Updating a Comp Plan takes both time and effort, and the BIA is in the very center of it!
Develop Louisville will hold several open house forums to gather additional input from citizens on the work completed to date on the Comprehensive Plan Update process and provide feedback. The BIA would like to encourage our members to attend these forums, especially those who have not yet participated in the Comp Plan update process. It’s never too late to get engaged!
Upcoming Comprehensive Plan Forums:
June 7: Shively Community Center (1902 Park Rd) at 6-8 p.m.
June 17: Louisville Urban League (1535 W Broadway) at 1-4 p.m.
To learn more and to review the Draft Comp Plan Goals and Objectives proposed so far, please click here
Additionally, click here for the flyer about the upcoming Placemaking Workshop. This workshop is being hosted at the Henry Clay (604 S 3rd St) at 1 pm on Tuesday, June 13. This workshop is being held in preparation for the May 2019 Congress for New Urbanism’s national conference that will be held in Louisville.