Are you interested in shaping the future of Orange County? We want to hear from you!
This year, Orange County has launched a major effort—called the Orange County Land Use Plan 2050—to establish a cohesive, countywide land-use vision for the future and an actionable strategy to achieve that vision. This planning process will result in a rewrite of a key Orange County policy document, the Land Use Plan. Click here to view the currently adopted plan from 2008.
The Orange County Land Use Plan will serve to guide the county's growth and conservation efforts through the year 2050. By setting goals and objectives, county officials can use the document to guide policy decisions that effectively provide a high quality of life for community members. The Land Use Plan will consider a variety of topics related to physical planning in the community.
To participate, please join us for the Orange County Land Use Plan 2050 Public Workshop on Oct. 26, 2023, from 6 – 8 p.m.at the Bonnie B. Davis Environment and Agricultural Center (1020 US-70, Hillsborough, NC, 27278).
This first phase of engagement will ask community members to define aspirations for Orange County in 2050 that can help lead to the vision and goals for the plan. This is an important opportunity for members of the community to share their feedback on the future of Orange County.
You can leave feedback in person at the public workshop or online. A link will be available on the project website and will remain open over an extended period of time.
To learn more and receive future updates about the project, visit the Orange County Land Use Plan 2050 website. To contact the Planning and Inspections Team, please direct email to: email@example.com or via phone at: 919-245-2575.