City of Englewood's 2013 Master Plan
A Master Plan is a policy document that guides the use of land within a municipality in a manner that protects public health and safety and promotes the general welfare. The City of Englewood is updating its Master Plan for 2013 which will set objectives and the policies that will shape Englewood's future. In the coming months the City, along with the planning firm Brown & Keener Urban Design, will be holding public meetings regarding the Master Plan process. We will post important information on this website to keep the public informed during this process.
Please click here to view the kick-off documentation and Frequently Asked Questions.
Our first public hearing was held on June 27 at the Community Baptist Church. The meeting was a success and we had valuable input and insight from the community. Please click here to see the record of the meeting.
A meeting was held specifically for the merchants of Englewood on Wednesday, September 19 at the Crowne Plaza at 6:00PM and a public hearing was held at 7:30PM. Participation from the merchants and business owners, as well as the public, is critical in including the needs and desires of the business community in the Master Plan. Please click here to see the record of these meetings.
Another informative public hearing was held on October 22 at the Congregation Ahavath Torah; please click here to see the record of this meeting.
The next step is to take the Envision Englewood - Community Survey for Englewood Residents. This survey is a key part of the process of developing a vision and set of goals for the Master Plan. Please click here to take the survey.