Phase II Workshop Results Are In!
A huge thank you to all who participated in the summer Phase II workshops. Public workshops were held during a hot spell in June in Elkridge and North Laurel to review and provide feedback on the Plan's economic, land use, and transportation strategies being considered for the Corridor. Attendees first heard a presentation by the project team before walking through a series of stations with survey questions on the concepts and preliminary considerations presented.
A Phase II Virtual Workshop was open over the summer, which replicated the in-person workshop's presentation, stations, and survey. Results can be viewed here, the presentation and station materials are below.
View June Workshop Presentation:
View the Stations for a Breakdown of the Plan:
Stations cover the project's overview, what we've learned from you, existing conditions, character areas, connectivity and implementation.
Phase 1 Open House Results
A huge thanks to all who participated in the plan’s Phase 1 Open Houses. Your input resulted in more than 1,300 comments by over 200 people! The information has been compiled and captured in our Phase 1 Open House Results module which includes all the mapping data, comment board and survey responses collected during the process. The information has been shared with the plan's consultants to make informed decisions through the next phases of the project.
Virtual Open House: Comment Period Closed
The Virtual Open House is accessible for viewing its community mapping exercises but is no longer open for public comment.
This web tool is designed for use on a computer or laptop browser.
Virtual Open House User Guide
We recommend you open the Virtual Open House User Guide so it’s available to you as you navigate the virtual open house.
This Virtual Open House seeks additional input for the plan by reproducing each station’s content with interactive input activities in digital formats. We hope this provides a useful platform for sharing what you know about the corridor, and your ideas on how to improve its vibrancy and livability.
Please contact us with any questions at email@example.com or 410-313-2350.
Project Open Houses
Open Houses were held in the Fall 2018 to solicit community input on existing land use, transportation and economic conditions and gauge personal preferences for each. The information will be analyzed, along with other base data, to inform the vision(s) for the corridor and test redevelopment scenarios in later planning phases.
Open House stations included information boards, write-in comment questions, mapping exercises and preference surveys, which consisted of the following topics: