Browsing Comprehensive Town Plans & Planning by Subject "Delaware"

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  • Raab, Linda; Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2006-03-03)
    The 2005 Amendment to the 2002 Update to the 1996 Town of Clayton Comprehensive Plan is the third amendment to the 2002 plan update adopted on January 16, 2003, and certified by the Office of State Planning Coordination ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2007-02-22)
    State law requires that planning be an ongoing process and that municipalities identify future planning activities. This document serves both as an update to Odessa’s 2001 comprehensive plan and Odessa’s Municipal ...
  • Scott, Marcia; Cook, Shelley (2007-02-22)
    This handbook is an excellent resource for Delaware local governments that are seeking assistance in the form of grants, loans, technical help, and advisory services.
  • DeCoursey, William J.; and IPA Planning Services (2009-03-04)
    The Town of Blades Comprehensive Plan has several purposes. First and foremost, the plan is a unified advisory document to the Council and the Planning Commission on land use and growth issues. It should be used to guide ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2011-06-29)
    This comprehensive development plan update is intended to serve as a document for the future development of the Town of Townsend. When adopted by the Town Council, it will be given official recognition as a guide for future ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Raab, Linda; DeCoursey, William J.; Patterson, Theodore; Rudd, Brandon; Connelly, Eric (2012-11)
    This document is an update to the 2005 Town of Middletown Comprehensive Plan and serves as a guide for Middletown’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference containing demographic, ...
  • Dworsky, Bernard; O'Hanlon, Julia; Klepner, Richard; Catherine, Adam; Trick, Julie (2007-09-21)
    Current road designs should be reviewed to determine whether modifications are necessary to better accommodate Delaware’s older drivers. Possible modifications include making intersections more driver- and pedestrian-friendly ...
  • Kelly, Christopher; Chesser, Margaret Culpepper; Mix, Troy (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-09)
    As part of the state of Delaware’s Government Efficiency and Accountability Review, the Office of State Planning Coordination (OSPC) contracted with the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Athey, Lori; and IPA Planning Services (2006-03-03)
    The City of Lewes has conducted many planning studies since the last Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1992. This Plan reviewed those studies, brought forward those issues and recommendations that were deemed still ...
  • Scott, Marcia; Graham, Jessica; Horgan, Evan; Rothwell, Jeremy; Scoglietti, Alexa; Seymour, Nicole; Watson, Verity (2014-05-23)
    The Complete Communities Delaware 2013 Summit brought together local, regional, and national private- and public-sector leaders, as well as community stakeholders, to discuss opportunities and issues related to complete ...
  • O'Donnell, Edward; and IPA Planning Services (2009-03-04)
    The plan is a legal document serving as a foundation for Delaware City’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference guide containing demographic, economic, environmental, and ...
  • Delaware Office of State Planning Coordination (2016-04)
    The Strategies for State Policies and Spending coordinates land-use decision-making with the delivery of infrastructure and services to make the best use of our natural and fiscal resources. Coordination is important ...
  • Lehman, Megan Dively; Boyle, Michelle; DeCoursey, William J.; Mix, Troy (2007-09-21)
    This document is intended to serve as a resource for Delaware municipalities wishing to improve the walkability of their towns and, in so doing, the activity levels and health of their residents. In addition to conducting ...
  • O'Neill, Sean; Raab, Linda (2017-10)
    This study serves as an informational tool for Middletown to be used by decision makers when taking into consideration any policy changes they deem necessary regarding multifamily development proposals.
  • Homsey, Andrew; Minni, Nicole (2011-06-29)
    Since the provision of fire, rescue, and EMS is so critical to the welfare of the community it serves, the Lewes Fire Department (LFD), Inc., has undertaken the development of a strategic plan to assist in anticipating ...
  • Raab, Linda; and IPA Planning Services (2009-03-04)
    The 2008 Town of Clayton Comprehensive Plan provides current information on population, transportation, housing, employment, the environment, municipal services, and land use, and it establishes a new municipal growth ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2008-01-31)
    State law requires that planning be an ongoing process and that municipalities identify future planning activities. This document is Dewey Beach’s Municipal Comprehensive Development Plan as required by state law. It is ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2009-08-18)
    The plan is a legal document serving as a foundation for Frankford’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference guide containing demographic, economic, environmental, and historical ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Raab, Linda; DeCoursey, William J.; Jones, Kirsten; Tierney, Gemma; Seymour, Nicole; Horgan, Evan (2017-01)
    This comprehensive development plan is intended to serve as a document for the future development of the Town of Kenton. Adopted by the Town Council, it is recognized as the guide for future planning efforts of the community ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2009-08-18)
    The plan is a legal document serving as a foundation for Magnolia’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference guide containing demographic, economic, environmental, and historical ...

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