Introduction

 

Thank you for providing your input to the Waterford Planning Commission as they undertake an update to the Town's land use regulations. 

The Town of Waterford was awarded a Municipal Planning Grant by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development in order to undertake an analysis of the Town's existing zoning and how it relates to existing land uses and natural resources. The Planning Commission will consider how the local regulations might be modified to better preserve the Town's rural character as well as promote the Town's goals for land use, residential development, and protection of water resources, as articulated in the 2016 Town Plan.

The Planning Commission has developed the following survey in order to gauge the Town residents' understanding of various land conservation techniques, and to gather input that will be useful as the Planning Commission drafts changes to the local land use regulations. Any revision to the Town's land use regulations will go through two public hearings, one held by the Planning Commission and one held by the Selectboard.
 
Please take the time to answer all questions as completely as possible. Every adult (18+) in the household is encouraged to respond.

Thank you for participating!

Thank you for providing your input to the Waterford Planning Commission as they undertake an update to the Town's land use regulations. <br><br>The Town of Waterford was awarded a Municipal Planning Grant by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development in order to undertake an analysis of the Town's existing zoning and how it relates to existing land uses and natural resources. The Planning Commission will consider how the local regulations might be modified to better preserve the Town's rural character as well as promote the Town's goals for land use, residential development, and protection of water resources, as articulated in the 2016 Town Plan. <br><br>The Planning Commission has developed the following survey in order to gauge the Town residents' understanding of various land conservation techniques, and to gather input that will be useful as the Planning Commission drafts changes to the local land use regulations. Any revision to the Town's land use regulations will go through two public hearings, one held by the Planning Commission and one held by the Selectboard.<br> <br>Please take the time to answer all questions as completely as possible. Every adult (18+) in the household is encouraged to respond.<br><br>Thank you for participating!

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