South Fayette Township

Comprehensive Plan


 

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN - ADOPTED

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN - ADOPTED APRIL 17, 2013

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN APPENDICES - ADOPTED APRIL 17, 2013
 


What is a Comprehensive Plan ?

 It is a document that identifies the goals and strategies for growth and conservation for a community. Pennsylvania’s laws guide the basic content for comprehensive plans so that growth is encouraged in a coordinated manner. A comprehensive plan differs from a zoning ordinance in that it is adopted as a resolution rather than as an ordinance or law. The comprehensive plan serves as a guide, whereas the zoning ordinance is a legal instrument that is used to implement regulations and provisions that are consistent with the principles of the adopted comprehensive plan.

 

 


Comprehensive Plan Update Process Completed

 

APRIL 2013 - DRAFT
April 10, 2013 Workshop – Updated Future Land Use Map
Comprehensive Plan Draft
 
MARCH 2013 - DRAFT
Comprehensive Plan Draft - Part 1
Comprehensive Plan Draft - Part 2
 
OCTOBER 2012 - DRAFT
Public Hearing Presentation – January 9, 2013
Comprehensive Plan Part 1 and Part 2
Part 3 - App1a Sewer Evaluation
Part 3 - App1b Sewer Evaluation Map
Part 3 - App2 Transportation Roadway Sufficiency Analysis
Part 3 - App3 Transportation - Capital Improvements Plan
Part 3 - App4 Actions for Implementation
 
SEPTEMBER 2012 - DRAFT
Executive Summary
Comprehensive Plan (DRAFT)
App A1 - Sewer Analysis Map
App A2 - Sewer Analysis Text
App B1 - RSA Report rev 7 21 2011
App B2 - Figures 1 - 12
App B3 - CIP Report rev 7 21 2011
App B4 - Actions for Implementation
 
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN COMMITTEE DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee Agendas
 
FALL 2011 UPDATE DOCUMENTS
Comprehensive Plan - Update (DRAFT) Fall 2011
 
AUGUST 2010 UPDATE DOCUMENTS
 Updated Comprehensive Plan Goals 07/26/2010
Open Space Criteria Considerations
Infrastructure Modeling Evaluation
 
APRIL 2010 WORKSHOP DOCUMENTS
Workshop Presentation
 

 



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