Feb. 7, 2024
City offering second public input meeting for growth management plan
The Johnson City Planning and Development Services Department is embarking on a comprehensive Growth Management Plan (Horizon 2045) that will guide how our community grows in the next 20+ years. Currently, organizers are in the second stage of the process, which includes developing a growth boundary line and compiling information from a host of stakeholders.
“Public input is crucial to this plan,” said Director Will Righter. “Input meetings are one of the ways we can better understand how our citizens want the community to grow. We are looking for input on development, infrastructure, zoning, and preservation to guide our decision making.”
The meeting will be held between 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 29 at Indian Trail Middle School, 307 Car-Mol Drive. The public can drop in during this time period to discuss the City’s future with organizers.
For additional information, please visit www.johnsoncitytn.org/horizon2045.