City planners released yesterday, as PlanPhilly reported, the draft of Philadelphia’s first city-wide comprehensive plan since 1960.
In an email from Planning Commission Alan Urek:
[Yesterday], the new Philadelphia2035: The Comprehensive Plan web site has officially launched. The web site is an excellent resource for planners, businesses, engaged residents, City officials, media and bloggers, NGOs and all nonprofits interested in being part of the future of Philadelphia.
[Find] the most up-to-date information on the Philadelphia2035 plan and the June event that introduces the final plan. Your readers may be interested to know the City’s Planning Commission has made the plan available on the site, and is actively seeking feedback on the DRAFT plan.
The site features both the Citywide Plan and the more specific District Plans. Comments on the draft will be accepted through the “Get Involved” page until March 31st. There is ample time before the final plan is released in early June; the public is encouraged to learn as much as possible now so they can contribute to the new Citywide Plan.
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