CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2022) – The City of Charlotte released the
recommended final draft of the Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map on Monday.
The policy map is a companion to the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan and provides guidance for the type and intensity of development that is appropriate for the city.
Release of the recommended final draft of the policy map follows numerous listening sessions and community conversations regarding the second draft. Planning staff has responded to all comments and the recommended final draft reflects input from the community and City Council.
The city will host listening sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Feb. 22 through March 17 for residents to provide feedback regarding the recommended final draft. The city will also host a
public comment session with City Council on Feb. 28.
"The community involvement in this mapping process over the last several months has helped bring shape to the 2040 Comprehensive Plan's vision," said Alyson Craig, the city's interim planning director. "As we work towards the adoption of the policy map, we invite the community's continued input and feedback in guiding Charlotte's future growth."
City Council is tentatively scheduled to review and vote on adoption of the policy map on March 28.
cltfuture2040.com to learn more about the policy map and register for listening sessions.