Roanoke Neighborhood Plans

//Roanoke Neighborhood Plans

While the City’s Comprehensive Plan helps shape the big picture of what Roanoke will look like in 20 years, Neighborhood Plans are where urban planners and community members work together to focus on the fine details. The City currently has 27 neighborhood and area plans that cover a wide range of topics, ranging from economic development and infrastructure to community design and residential development. Once Roanoke completes its 2020 – 2040 plan in 2019, City planners will dive right into updating the City’s Neighborhood Plans.

Current Neighborhood Plans

Belmont-Fallon Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Countryside Master Plan (Adopted in 2011)
Evans Spring Area Plan (Adopted in 2013)
Fairland, Villa Heights Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2005)
Franklin Road/Colonial Ave. Plan (Adopted in 2004)
Gainsboro Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Garden City Plan (Adopted in 2005)
Grandin Court Plan (Adopted in 2005)
Greater Deyerle Plan (Adopted in 2006)
Greater Raleigh Court Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2007)
Harrison and Washington Park Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Hollins/Wildwood Area Plan (Adopted in 2005)
Hurt Part, Mountain View, West End Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Loudon-Melrose / Shenandoah West Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2002)
Melrose-Rugby Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2010)
Mill Mountain Management Plan (Adopted in 2006)
Morningside, Kenwood and Riverdale Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Norwich Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Old Southwest Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2009)
Peters Creek North Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2002)
Peters Creek South Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2005)
South Roanoke Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2008)
South Jefferson Redevelopment Plan (Adopted in 2001)
Williamson Road Area Plan (Adopted in 2004)
Wasena Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2003)
Southern Hills Neighborhood Plan (Adopted in 2002)

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