The Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission is scheduled to consider the Oak Ridge City Blueprint during a meeting this evening (Thursday, March 21).
The Blueprint is meant to be a citywide vision and guide for future growth and development in Oak Ridge. It identifies the important issues that affect the community, desired goals and outcomes, and action steps that can be prioritized by city leaders each year, based on resources, according to the City of Oak Ridge.
After being considered by Planning Commission, the Blueprint will be considered by the Oak Ridge City Council.
The Blueprint has been developed in a planning process that lasted more than two years and started in January 2017.
Today’s meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. in the Oak Ridge Municipal Building Court Room at 200 South Tulane Avenue. The meeting will include a public hearing.
Learn more about the Blueprint and see a link to a final draft of the Blueprint here.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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