A public information meeting on Coweta County’s comprehensive land use plan update and comprehensive transportation plan will be held Feb. 11.
The public meeting, which will be primarily held over Zoom, can’t be held until a public hearing on the plan is held before the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. The public hearing will be held during the Feb. 9 commission meeting.
The first public meeting had been tentatively set for Jan. 26, but it has been pushed back.
Additional public meetings and public input opportunities will be announced during the public hearing, and an online survey will be available for Cowetans after the public hearing.
The public meeting will be held virtually because of limited space and restraints due to COVID-19. There will be a limited number of seats available for those who want to attend in person, but those who can attend virtually are encouraged to do so. It’s recommended that those who wish to attend in person register in advance.
Those attending either virtually or in person will be encouraged to participate in the meeting, said County Planner Jenny Runions. “We will have questionnaires and focused discussions,” Runions said.
For more information about the comprehensive plan, and a link to join the virtual meeting Feb. 11, visit cowetaplans.com.