Long Range Planning
The City of Woodstock is working on a new Comprehensive Plan that will help guide the City’s vision of Woodstock in the year 2040. This vision will be used by the City Council and staff as they make decisions for the City in the future.
2018 Comprehensive Plan 10-Year Update
The Comprehensive Plan must be adopted by the City Council by October 31, 2018 for the City to retain Qualified Local Government (QLG) Status with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA). In order to accomplish this, the schedule below is designed so that a draft version of the plan is prepared in late Spring 2018 so that DCA and other regulatory agencies have time to review and provide comments.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSES
Three community open houses are scheduled at strategic points in the planning process. These meetings will be designed to inform the community on progress on the Plan and solicit comments and thoughts as the Plan develops.
6-8pm | Chambers at City Center:
Thursday, October 19, 2017 - See the summary from this meeting here!
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Please take a short nine question survey to assist the planning team in developing the Comprehensive Plan .
Summaries of meetings and other plan materials will be posted as they are completed. Please keep checking this space throughout the planning process.
A Public Hearing was held on August 28, 2017 to formally kickoff the planning process. The presentation from this Hearing can be viewed here.
The first Steering Committee meeting was held on October 10, 2017. The second Steering Committee meeting was held on January 18, 2018.
If you have any questions about the planning process, please contact us:
City of Woodstock Project Manager
Katie O’Connor, AICP
770.592.6000 x. 1601
Consultant Project Manager
Eric Lusher, AICP
Comprehensive Town Plan 2030
The mayor and City Council of the City of Woodstock adopted the Comprehensive Town Plan 2030 on April 28, 2008.
- Comprehensive plan overview presentation
- Community agenda (adopted 4.28.08)
- Future development map (adopted 4.28.08)
- Community assessment volume I (updated 2.6.07)
- Community assessment volume II (updated 2.6.07)
Livable Centers Initiative
Planning grants are awarded on a competitive basis to local governments and nonprofit organizations to prepare plans for the enhancement of existing centers and corridors, taking advantage of the infrastructure and private investments committed in these communities and achieving more balanced regional development, reducing vehicle miles traveled and improving air quality. The City of Woodstock completed the downtown LCI plan in 2002 and received funds to enhance Main Street through the city's central business district.