The city is in the final stages of updating its Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP). The Updated LWRP reflects changes that have occurred in the Waterfront Revitalization Area since the City last adopted an LWRP in 1999, incorporate recommendations of recent planning efforts, and address resilience to flooding and sea level rise, principles of sustainable planning and smart growth, and strategies to support economic development for the City.
The Common Council has set a public hearing for 6 p.m. Monday to hear comments on the proposed November 18, 2022 draft. You can find out more about the LWRP update process here.
The final draft and memorandum outlining the most recent changes can be found here,