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BNCA Hosts Discussion – Comprehensive Plan’s Effects On Brookland

In November we wrote about the DC Office of Planning’s update to the city’s Comprehensive Plan, which is a 20-year framework that guides future growth and development. The Brookland Neighborhood Civic Association (BNCA) will host a meeting to discuss the update and potential effects it will have on Brookland. This is an important opportunity for Brookland residents to raise concerns about the current state of planning in our community, and to influence the city’s planning decisions going forward.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday January 17, at 7PM at Brooks Mansion (DCTV), 901 Newton St NE. See more at the BNCA Facebook page.

Get Involved In Comprehensive Plan Update – Help Shape The Area’s Future

The DC Office of Planning is engaging the public on an update to the city’s Comprehensive Plan, which is a 20-year framework that guides future growth and development. As the flyer below indicates, the meeting for our area will be on November 14 at Luke C. Moore High School (1001 Monroe St NE). This is an important opportunity for Brookland residents to raise concerns about the current state of planning in our community, and to influence the city’s planning decisions going forward. For example, the zoning decisions that lead to the approval of 901 Monroe/Ravenna happen when projects get compared to what is in the comprehensive plan–so it’s important to get involved with the update to help craft the vision for the city and neighborhood. Check out more information on the Comprehensive Plan amendment process here.

Comprehensive Plan Update Flyer