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March 16, 2018

Deadwood Sets Community Vision Sessions for Comprehensive Plan

In order to receive community feedback for a comprehensive plan, Deadwood officials have scheduled community visioning sessions for March 27 and 29, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The meetings are intended to help create a collective vision and goals for the city.

Deadwood has not updated its city plan since 2001. As the State of South Dakota requires communities to update their comprehensive plans at least every ten years, the city is currently out of compliance. According to Deadwood Planning and Zoning Administrator Bob Nelson, updating the comprehensive plan also helps inform future decisions for the city.  

In addition to community feedback, the comprehensive plan will include an analysis of the city’s previous, current and future conditions, a vision and goals, policies to achieve the vision and goals, and a consideration of potential development and growth for the city. The plan is slated to be complete by June 1.

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