Town & Village Comprehensive Plan
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Comprehensive Plan Update Documents
Greenwich Future Land Use Map, JPG | PDF
Comprehensive Update Plan Event, Hudson Riverside Park, 5/13/23
Kick Off 7/6/2022 | Review Community Profile, Public Planning 9/27/2022
Public Input 11/15/2022 | Student Workshop 11/15/2022
Public Meeting, Survey Response Summary, 11/15/2022
Vision Statement | Greenwich Community Profile DRAFT
Greenwich Revitalization Plan, Final Version, February 2022, 132 pages
Intro-Section 1 | Section 2 | Section 3 | Section 4
Section 5-Appendix: 1-2 | 3-4 | 5-6 | Appendix A - Appendix 7
What is a Comprehensive Plan?
A Comprehensive Plan is a guidance document that sets goals, policies, and priorities for investing in the physical, economic, and environmental future of our Town.
Is this the first time the Comprehensive Plan is undergoing an Update?No. Greenwich first published a Comprehensive Plan in 1971. In 1989, the community revisited the plan, resulting in the creation of a Master Plan for future development. The 2004 Comprehensive Plan was an update to the 1989 plan.
How long will it take to update the plan? And how can I stay informed and/or participate in the process?
The Update process is expected to take approximately 9-12 months to complete. To stay informed and learn about ways to participate:
For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) Designation for Village and Town
Approved by New York State!
The designation of the BOA is based on the Nomination that was prepared by the Village and Town with a $200,000 Brownfield Opportunity Area Program grant awarded to the Village of Greenwich. The Program is administered through the Department's Office of Planning, Development, and Community Infrastructure.
Key recommendations contained in the Nomination focus on projects and other actions that will become caralysts for redevelopment and neighborhood revitalization within the BOA, including redevelopment concepts for the Dunbarton Mill to improve public waterfront access and support mixed use and the revitalization of five sites within the central core of Main Street and Route 29 corridor to spur ancillary redevelopment.
State elected representatives will be notified of the designation and will be advised of the priority and preference that will be afforded to certain projects and properties within or impacted by the BOA, as well as the additional Brownfield Cleanup Program tax credit incentives. (August 2022)
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