The City of Dothan’s Planning & Development Department will hold a Community Involvement Meeting on Thursday, August 8, 2013 to obtain Citizen input and data on the neighborhoods which will be used in developing a vision for the future of the Southwest Urban Sector Neighborhoods Plan. The meeting will be held from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM at Selma Street Elementary School located at 1501 W. Selma Street.
Community involvement meetings offer an opportunity for the citizen to shape the neighborhood where they live and work. By contributing to a neighborhood plan, citizens take an active role in improving their community and quality of life.
The neighborhood planning process engages residents, businesses, property owners, city departments, and community organizations such as neighborhood associations, as well as other community or church groups to form a partnership in the planning process.
Neighborhood planning is the natural progression in city planning to compliment a city-wide comprehensive plan. In 2011, Dothan adopted a new comprehensive Long Range Development Plan titled “Dothan-2030, A Sense of New Beginnings.”
A map of the Southwest Urban Sector can be found online at www.dothan.org. For questions, please contact Steve Spry, Long Range Planner for the Planning Department by calling (334) 615-3415.