Plan Status - ADOPTED 2016

Rural Hall Area Plan Update Existing Conditions Cover


Draft Rural Hall Area Plan Update [pdf/6.81mb/70p]

The Rural Hall Area Plan Update was adopted by the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners on August 8, 2016. The City-County Planning Board recommended the plan for adoption by a unanimous vote at their June 9, 2016 meeting, while the Town Council of Rural Hall endorsed the plan on June 13, 2016. The plan will guide future land use and public investment decisions. Recommendations included in the plan focus on transportation, community facilities, housing, historic preservation and economic development.

Planning Area Boundary

Rural Hall Area Plan Boundary

The Rural Hall Planning Area [pdf/1.44mb/1p] encompasses 11,311 acres and is generally bounded on the north by the Forsyth County line, on the west by US 52 and Tobaccoville, on the south by the Eastern Section of the Northern Beltway, and on the east by Buffalo Creek, which runs parallel to Germanton Road.

Contact Information

Walter Farabee, Project PlannerSteve Smotherman, Project Planner

, Project Planner • (336) 747-7059

, Project Planner • (336) 747-7066

Revised 6/14/2016

Posted: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 by
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