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Current Comprehensive Plan for Forsyth County and Winston-Salem. Adopted in 2001 by Forsyth County and its 8 municipalities. Focuses on how best to be accommodate the physical growth of the community and maintain or improve quality of life . What is Legacy?.

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Current Comprehensive Plan

  • for Forsyth County and Winston-Salem.
  • Adopted in 2001 by Forsyth County and
  • its 8 municipalities.
  • Focuses on how best to be accommodate
  • the physical growth of the community
  • and maintain or improve quality of life

What is

Legacy?

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Most Action Items completed.

Many new trends and issues.

3. 120,000 more people by 2030

Why

Legacy 2030

Update?

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April 26, 2011 --- Milton Rhodes Center

  • June 7, 2011 --- Anderson Center, WSSU
  • September 20, 2011 --- Joel Coliseum
  • May 2012 – 7 meetings all over Forsyth County
  • Many discussions with community groups
  • Website participation---legacy2030.com
  • 450 attendees; 21,000 website hits; several hundred comments
  • Planning Board served as steering committee
  • for this update

2011-12

Public Input Sessions

On Legacy 2030 Draft

legacy 2030 outline
Introduction

Legacy Vision and Goals

Updated Trends

Growth Management

Land Use

Transportation

Economic Development

Environmental Quality and Sustainability

Healthy, Complete, and Equitable Communities

Community Character

Downtown and the Center City

Neighborhoods and Towns

Rural Character

Area Plans

Key Public Investments

Legacy2030 Outline
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Three Themes

  • of Update:
  • Fiscal
  • Responsibility
  • Sustainable
  • Growth
  • Livable
  • Design
  • ….In Urban,
  • Suburban,
  • Town, and
  • Rural settings
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Legacy 2030 Growth Management

Map

  • Full range of residential development choices
  • Focus higher density and mixed use in places
  • where it makes the most sense
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Legacy Update Adoption Process:

Planning Board Public Hearing

Planning Board Action

Elected Body Public Hearings, Consideration and Adoption;

City of Winston-Salem

Forsyth County

Towns and Villages

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NC one of highest growth States

  • Piedmont Crescent highest growth
  • portion of State
  • State Demographer projections for
  • Triad, Forsyth County
  • Diversifying household types,
  • residential needs
  • Generation X and Y showing more
  • urban living preferences

Trends Affecting the Update

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Gas prices affecting commuting

  • patterns
  • We will run out of serviceable land
  • shortly after 2030 if outward expansion
  • occurs similar to last several decades

Trends Affecting the Update

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Gas prices affecting commuting

  • patterns
  • We will run out of serviceable land
  • shortly after 2030 if outward expansion
  • occurs similar to last several decades
  • Market demands will continue for lower
  • density residential, but there is more
  • interest emerging in other housing
  • types

Trends Affecting the Update

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Gas prices affecting commuting

  • patterns
  • We will run out of serviceable land
  • shortly after 2030 if outward expansion
  • occurs similar to last several decades
  • Market demands will continue for lower
  • density residential, but there is more
  • interest emerging in other housing
  • types
  • Compact, mixed use development
  • returns significantly more net tax
  • revenue per acre; costs less per unit
  • to serve

Trends Affecting the Update

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Tax Base

Analysis by Growth Management

Area

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