open house - key planning recommendations - Online opportunity for comment
During the open house held on November 29, 2017, attendees reviewed materials regarding key planning recommendations and filled out forms giving their comments on the recommendations.
These recommendations center around:
- Housing choice
- Transportation and mobility choice
- Proactive economic development
- Environment and open space
- Modernize zoning and design guidelines
- Town government coordination/strategy
There is now an online opportunity to give your input. Please provide your comments for as many of the key planning recommendations as you wish. Each page of the comment sheet focuses on one of the categories above. You can check off the boxes and/or provide more comments or ask questions.
*Please make sure to download the form- do not fill it out in your browser. Submit your form by clicking the "submit" button on the last page.
Deadline for comment is January 2, 2018.
Between January 18 and 25, more than 100 residents were in attendance at the three neighborhood visioning workshops. The Town’s 8 precincts were divided into three planning districts made up of adjacent precincts with similar character. Attendees broke into groups to discuss specific issues in their neighborhoods and comment on a draft vision for the Unified Plan.
If you were unable to attend a workshop, you can still review the draft vision and send your comments and suggestions to email@example.com. The deadline to submit your comments will be February 17.
Community visioning forum survey
On December 10, 2016, approximately 65 Wellesley residents gathered in the High School cafeteria to discuss their views and experiences of Wellesley and to identify shared values in order to develop a vision and a set of goals to help guide decision-making regarding the Town's future.
We know you are very busy and that it is difficult to go to all the events you would like to attend. That is why we have created an online opportunity for you to provide your input. While it is not the same as attending the public forum and hearing your neighbors speak, it will give us a chance to hear what you have to say.