Lawrenceburg & Anderson County

2022 Comprehensive Plan Update

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Core Values

Steering Committee

Public Involvement

The City of Lawrenceburg, Anderson County, and the Bluegrass ADD are working on updating the 2017 Comprehensive Plan. The update will help provide a vision for how the community will grow and develop over the next 20 years.

Anderson County Community Snapshot

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A Comprehensive Plan serves as a community’s roadmap for future growth, and provides overall guidance that can be used to direct future land use and resource decisions. A Comprehensive plan has a 20-year outlook, with mandated updates every five years. A Comprehensive Plan provides justification for zoning decisions and helps guide the regulatory process (i.e. zoning ordinance and subdivision regulations) to create a system of development that will meet the community’s needs.

Core Values & Focus Areas

The 2022 comprehensive plan update will be centered around 3 Core Values (Connected Communities, Preserve Character, and Prosperous Economy) with a Land Use Vision tying together specific Focus Areas within each Core Value to help guide and direct implementation over the next 20 years.

Each Core Value is assigned their appropriate Focus Areas (Manage Growth, Economic Development, Built Environment, Natural Environment, Housing, Quality of Life, and Historic Preservation). Some Focus Areas overlap into other Core Values since there are different ways to analyze one element. Alternatively, each Focus Areas can be analyzed independently.

The Connected Communities Core Value includes a variety of elements that brings the community of Lawrenceburg together and Anderson County as a whole. These include the bourbon industry, parks and recreation, farmland preservation, local businesses, access to resources, housing, utilities, and transportation.

This Core Value includes 6 Focus Areas:

  1. Manage Growth
  2. Economic Development
  3. Built Environment
  4. Natural Environment
  5. Housing
  6. Quality of Life

 

The Preserve Character Core Value looks at ways to concentrate growth through proper zoning regulations, ordinances, and design guidelines. It aims to preserve farmland and maintain the small-town feel of Lawrenceburg.

This Core Value includes 6 Focus Areas:

  1. Manage Growth
  2. Economic Development
  3. Natural Environment
  4. Housing
  5. Quality of Life
  6. Historic Preservation

 

The Prosperous Economy Core Value aims to bolster and attract new businesses and industries, while managing where these new developments where be located.

This Core Value includes 3 Focus Areas:

  1. Manage Growth
  2. Economic Development
  3. Built Environment

 

The Land Use Vision will tie together several Focus Areas touched on within each Core Value and elaborate on a vision to make these goals and objectives a reality over the next 20 years.

It will look at the current Future Land Use Map proposed in the 2017 Comprehensive Plan and reassess best strategies for future growth and proper placement between existing and new development. The vision will guide growth to achieve all of the Core Values by connecting the community, preserving the character of Anderson County and Lawrenceburg, and supporting a prosperous economy.

 

The Comp Plan Process

Visioning Survey Results

Public Involvement

Transportation Comment Map

Steering Committee Meetings

5

april

Meeting #1 – Introduction

At the first Steering Committee meeting Bluegrass ADD Staff provided an overview of a Comprehensive Plan, the planning process, and the role of the committee.

Meeting Review

3

May

Meeting #2 – Visioning Workshop

At the second meeting the Committee appointed a Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary. The Committee completed a visioning workshop and had a discussion about the priorities, challenges, and vision for the community.

Meeting Review

7

June

Meeting #3 – Core Values Workshop

In the third meeting, BGADD presented to the Committee the new website, Facebook page, and survey results from the Public Workshops held on May 25th and June 1st. From these results, the Committee established their community’s Core Values for the Comp Plan.

Meeting Review

7

JuLY

Meeting #4 – Goals & Objectives

The Committee was presented the findings from the public Visioning survey and discussed in detail the existing Goals & Objectives that will be voted on in the 6th meeting to begin the adoption process by the Planning Commission, City Council, and Fiscal Court.

Meeting Review

2

August

Meeting #5 – Transportation

The Committee was presented the current conditions, prioritized projects, and concepts related to transportation. This included remedies for dangerous intersections, complete street design, and bike/pedestrian opportunities.  

Meeting Review

6

September

Meeting #6 – Branding & Community Facilities

The Committee first voted for a logo that will be used for the comprehensive plan’s branding. Then they were presented the current conditions of water and sewer service, location of critical facilities, parks, school capacities and planned projects, intake of solid waste and recycling, and population projections.

Meeting Review

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