The Master Plan is the Town’s guiding document regarding land use and other important planning opportunities as Parker continues to grow. The Town has received input from its residents through surveys, workshops and open houses over the last two years. This input was used to draft the Plan that is now ready to be considered by the Planning Commission and Town Council. Public Hearing dates have been scheduled for Planning Commission consideration on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 7 p.m. or as soon as possible thereafter and for Town Council consideration on Monday, June 4, 2012 at 7 p.m. or as soon as possible thereafter.
The Parker 2035 Master Plan is an update of the 2025 Master Plan. Many of the updates reflect new demographic information, economic data, map revisions and minor text revisions. A few of the more significant changes include revisions to Chapter 14: History, Arts, Culture and Science, reflecting the construction of the Preservation Park, the PACE Center and other related cultural programs. The General Land Use Map was also updated to include a new land use character area near Town Hall named East Downtown Gateway. Character areas describe the desired future land use character of areas in Town. The new East Downtown Gateway describes a mix of land uses, building sizes and building placement that transition from the downtown area to suburban residential areas. To view the revisions, visit www.parkeronline.org/Parker2035.
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