The City is currently updating its Comprehensive Plan. If you would like information on historical plans, please view the Historical Plans page.
Why Do We Plan?
Our founders recognized the social and economic value of thoughtful planning, and today we enjoy the high quality of life attributable to their planning. The City's Comprehensive Plan captures the community's vision for our City and presents a series of policies to help guide daily decisions. But planning is an ongoing activity that reflects and anticipates changing conditions, so we pause every 5 years to assess our Comprehensive Plan and make sure it remains relevant and effective. In 2022, it's time to reflect on our Comprehensive Plan and update it as necessary.
Commitment to Community Engagement
To be effective, the Comprehensive Plan must include public input from a broad range of people with different perspectives and experiences. The public participation for the Comprehensive Plan includes a citizen Steering Committee appointed by the City Council as well as monthly public workshops and meetings.
All meetings are open to the public. The date and times are subject to change, but will be posted at least 24 hours before the meeting. City Hall is located at 151 Willowbend Road in Peachtree City, GA.
The role of the Steering Committee is two-fold: advocate for public participation in the planning process and review drafts to ensure they are appropriate for the community. Public planning always incorporates some level of conflicting priorities. Their job will be to guide the plan so that it balances these differing priorities to the greatest extent possible.