Rome-Floyd Planning Department Announces Final Workshop for Public Input on 2040 Rome-Floyd Cave Spring Comprehensive Plan
By Artagus Newell
The Rome-Floyd Planning Department is hosting the final workshop in a series of public workshops to gain community input on the 2040 Rome-Floyd Cave Spring Comprehensive Plan. The final workshop will be held Tuesday, April 17 at the Shannon Scout Hut. The comprehensive plan serves as an overall guidebook for community growth and development including housing, transportation, land-use, economic development, and other areas as warranted or desired by the community.
The public workshop will introduce citizens to the plan, the process and expected outcomes. Additionally, community members will meet planning department staff and the consultants working on the plan.
Following the final public outreach workshop, the planning department will present a draft plan to the public.
Public Outreach Workshop 2: Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 6:30 PM
Shannon Scout Hut
40 Minshew Road
Shannon, GA 30172
Public Draft Plan Presentation: Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 6:30 PM
Anthony Recreation Center
2901 Garden Lakes NW Blvd.
Rome, GA 30165
Public Final Plan Presentation: Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 6:30 PM
Fire Administration Complex
409 E. 12th Street
Rome, GA 30161
The State of Georgia requires communities with permit-issuing authorities to update their comprehensive land-use plan every ten years. The governing authorities may implement policies that stem from the comprehensive plan to help execute the vision identified in the plan. The consulting partner for the 2040 Comprehensive Plan update is TSW.
The Rome-Floyd Planning Department is a joint city/county service responsible for management of zoning/land-use, transportation, historic preservation, and GIS mapping.
For questions related to the 2040 Comprehensive Plan update, contact the planning office at 706-236-5025.