Community Survey #3 is Closed.
The third of three community surveys for the Gilpin County Comprehensive Plan is now closed! As the last survey in the process, your valuable feedback will help finalize the plan and prioritize how our community values are put into action!
Virtual Community Workshop for Gilpin County’s third Comprehensive Plan
scheduled for October 6th
Central City, CO—Gilpin County today announced the third in a series of community workshops and surveys for the County’s first ever Comprehensive Plan. The second community survey is available now to help develop a vision for Gilpin County’s future. In an effort to maximize public health and safety during COVID-19, the workshop will be presented virtually:
Tuesday October 6, 2020
6:00pm – 7:30pm
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Meeting ID: 943 6135 8815
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Upon completion, the Gilpin County Comprehensive Plan will replace the County’s existing Master Plan. Originally adopted in 1987, the current Master Plan has been updated three times over the past 30 years – in 1992, 2008 and minor changes in 2017.
“As Gilpin County continues to prioritize the evolving needs of our residents, visitors and government, the County will be well served by a Comprehensive Plan that reflects our community values,” said Gilpin County Manager Abel Montoya. “This planning process will provide predictable policies to advance the additional areas of focus identified in the County’s 2019 Strategic Plan, such as workforce engagement, financial sustainability and quality of life.”
The project is anticipated to be conducted over the next 12-months or more and cover critical long-range planning topics, such as land use and zoning, transportation and capital improvements. Additional topics contingent upon funding from pending grant applications may be added during the process, such as hazard mitigation, historic preservation and open space, parks and trails.
Community engagement will be a critical part of the planning process.
In addition to the May 5th ,June 23rd and August 25th workshops, and three community surveys, multiple additional meetings and other opportunities for engagement will be available throughout the effort. This comprehensive planning effort is made possible by a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Please visit www.CompPlan.GilpinCounty.org to learn more and get involved.
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Express Your Vision for the future of Gilpin County!
- Submit a drawing/painting/sculpture/photo/poem/song that reflects what you like about Gilpin County and/or your vision for Gilpin County
- Categories for submittal (please indicate your category)
- 17 or under
- Professional/adults (18 to 59)
- Seniors (60+)
- Description of artwork:
- The artwork reflects what I like about Gilpin County as follows: (50 words max)
- The artwork reflects my vision for Gilpin County as follows: (50 words max)
For any artwork other than a photo, please provide 1 or up to 3 photographs of your submittal
- Deadline for submittal: October 9, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
- Winning entries will be published online on the county website, in the local newspaper and/or the Comprehensive Plan report