Draft of Roanoke County 200 Plan revealed at meetings
ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) - Those who live in Roanoke County will finally get to see a draft of the Roanoke County 200 Plan.
It’s a vision of where residents in Roanoke County want to see their communities grow in the next fifteen years.
The plan will set goals, provide guidance for public policies and take a look at the impact of current decisions being made.
Over the last two years, the county has asked for input on this plan. More than 1,000 residents and community stakeholders have participated.
Meetings start 4:30 p.m. and the presentation starts at 5 p.m.
Here’s a list of the meetings:
February 27th - Glenvar Middle School
March 1st - Green Ridge Recreation Center
March 6th - Vinton War Memorial
March 8th - Hidden Valley High School
March 13th - Bent Mountain Center
March 15th - South County Library
The Planning Commission will hear public comments on the draft plan March 23 at the Green Ridge Recreation Center and April 3 at the Roanoke County Administration Center.
Both those meetings start at 5 p.m. and comments are welcome.
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