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Lafayette Comprehensive Master Plan
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July 22, 2014
 
 
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March 11, 2010 -
Joe Riley presented his vision for Charleston at the Independent smart growth Lecture Luncheon on May 12, 2009. This is a similar presentation that was given to planning staff by the Joseph P. Riley Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Studies in the College of Charleston.   (Click here for More)
October 5, 2011 -
The Lafayette City-Parish Administration is finalizing the negotiation of a contract and a scope of work for the planning services of Wallace Roberts & Todd to complete a Comprehensive Plan for the parish.
October 5, 2011 -
The Lousiana Chapter of the American Planning Association has scheduled its 2012 Conference in Lake Charles on January 25-27, 2012.   (Click here for More)
November 9, 2011 -
SURVEY: LUS and LCG Public Works have collaborated to get a clearer understanding of how to better assist the Lafayette community's outdoor watering needs. They are requesting Lafayette residents take a 5-minute survey that will ask questions about their outdoor watering activities. The survey will allow LUS and Public Works to determine the interest level of participants in using a rain barrel as a method for their outdoor watering.  (Click here for Survey)
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LINC Adopted Plans

The Comprehensive Master Plan

Building a Community of Choice

Welcome to the LINC website. To the left of your screen are quick references to adopted plans regarding Lafayette's Comprehensive Master Plan. To the right of your screen is a schedule of public meetings including various planning committees. For specific information or questions simply click the Staff link at the top or bottom of your screen.

The LINC Comprehensive Master Plan is a long range policy document that establishes a framework for decision making and collaboration. The plan outlines recommendations to provide decision makers with guidance in the hope of making Lafayette Parish a even better place to live. The twelve elements addressed in the plan are drainage, utilities, economic development, land-use, transportation, recreation/open space, cultural, housing/neighborhood, urban design, public services, environmental and special areas.

The LINC Comprehensive Master Plan was adopted by the Lafayette City-Parish Planning Commission on September 5, 2007. This Plan is a dynamic document, that is, it is always being amended and expanded.

To learn more about LINC and its associated elements,committees and designated neighborhoods, click on one of the bullet points below.


About LINC

 

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