Next Meeting - Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 6:00 p.m.
Citizens who live or work in the East-Northeast Planning Area are invited to attend the next meeting of the East-Northeast Area Plan Update to be held on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Rupert Bell Neighborhood Center, 1502 Mount Zion Place, Winston-Salem. Planning staff will be discussing land use, transportation, community facilities, economic development, and historic preservation recommendations. The plan's Existing Conditions Report [pdf/15mb/31p] was presented at the kickoff meeting on March 18, where citizens shared their thoughts, concerns, and suggestions for the area [pdf/500kb/2p]. This plan update will guide future land use and public investment decisions and includes recommendations for transportation, community facilities, housing and community development, design and appearance, historic preservation, and economic development. The current East/Northeast Winston-Salem Area Plan [pdf/5.5mb/104p] was adopted by City Council and the City-County Planning Board in 2008.
Boundaries of the Planning Area
The East/Northeast Planning Area [pdf/300kb/1p] encompasses approximately 4,389 acres and is bounded on the north by Akron Drive and the start of Lansing Drive, on the east by Brushy Fork Creek/Branch and US 158, on the south by the Southern Railways, and on the west by US 52. The planning area is divided between the East and Northeast Wards. Proposed land uses are shown on the Proposed Land Use Map (adopted 2008) [pdf/1p/2.3mb]. Note, this plan is in the process of being updated and land uses may change under the updated plan.
Marco Andrade, Project Planner, (336) 747-7057
Byron Brown, Project Planner, (336) 747-7060