CITY OF TUSCALOOSA BEGINS MASTER PLAN ADOPTION PROCESS
Story by WVUA 23’s Amber Boswell.
The adoption process for the city of Tuscaloosa’s first comprehensive master plan is ready to begin.
The first of a series of public meetings took place on Wednesday evening at City Hall. The meeting provided the public a look at what the framework master plan will contain.
The meeting covered several topics including: living, connecting, experiencing and competing.
The experiencing chapter is created to offer good city services while supporting art and cultural venues, and the connecting chapter is created to support efforts to increase bike and pedestrian activity.
The next meeting will take place on March 4 and will focus on concentration areas and maps of downtown Tuscaloosa.
“We want to make sure as we implement this plan, so through zoning ordinance and amendments and through map changes that again we are heard correctly and get it right,” Ashley Crites, Director of Planning, said.