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Deparment head placeholder photoTerri ThornDirector of Operations / Finance Officer
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(Banner) Warrenton, moving forward - ideas in motion

 Warrenton’s Comprehensive Plan

What do you think makes Warrenton what it is?  What are our strongest community assets?  What challenges concern you the most, and how should we face them as a community?  What specific goals should we set for the next 20 years?

In short, what is YOUR vision for Warrenton 2035 and beyond?

The City of Warrenton has started the process to create a new Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan). The Comprehensive Plan makes basic policy choices and provides a flexible framework for adapting to real conditions over time. The initial building blocks of the Comp Plan will include “frameworks” such as land use, character, transportation, neighborhoods, parks and trails, infrastructure, and implementation.

What’s Happening?

“Big Ideas” Public Workshop #1

We had great discussion with and participation from those who attended about the future of Warrenton. Participants were asked to tap into their creative energy to give Warrenton their ideas by asking: What do you think makes Warrenton what it is? What are our strongest community assets? What challenges concern you the most, and how should we face them as a community? What is YOUR vision for Warrenton 2030 and beyond? The results will inform upcoming stages of the planning process. See the results on the “Meeting Materials” page.

The community survey results are in!

The community survey will inform upcoming stages of the planning process. The following are a few select highlights:

  • The majority believe that Warrenton is growing too slow.
  • The top three growth and development issues respondents are most concerned about are:
    • Maintaining a balance of jobs and housing
    • Maintaining infrastructure
    • Defining the level of change for 47 Highway
  • Respondents said they are “most proud of Warrenton” due to its  “small town feel”.
  • Investing in safe and efficient traffic flow on Highway 47 is a top transportation priority.

To view a copy of the Survey Summary go to the “Meeting Materials” page.

What we heard you say!

The perspective group members consisted of citizens and civic leaders with diverse backgrounds and perspectives, who have a big picture attitude about Warrenton. The results will inform upcoming stages of the planning process. To view a detailed summary of each Perspective Group, go to the “Meeting Materials” page.

Learn about Warrenton’s existing conditions.

A first step with any planning process is determining “where are we now?” The Snapshot Summary establishes a foundation of facts about the City of Warrenton. It is not an exhaustive inventory; rather, it focuses on data that will help inform the overall Comprehensive Plan. To view a copy of the Snapshot go to the “Meeting Materials” page.

What’s Next?

Check the home page for meeting announcements, public meeting materials, and drafts of the plan as they become available. 

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