Now that the Landscapes3 public survey has closed, the Planning Commission has begun to analyze the responses of nearly 6,000 participants.
Participants provided a total of 9,500 comments. The Planning Commission also received a lot of input through the electronic map feature, which was on the final screen of the survey. About 13,000 markers were placed on the map of Chester County, which included about 6,700 “thumbs up” icons that indicated positive feedback about places in the county.
The Planning Commission will share an analysis of the priorities and preferences from the survey at a later date. The next stage of the comprehensive plan development process involves the newly formed Landscapes3 Steering Committee. The steering committee will start meeting this fall to create the plan’s vision and goals. Check out updates about Landscapes3 here.
Finally, wondering how the county is doing with the current comprehensive plan? If so, check out the Landscapes2 Index Report Card 2016.