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Bridgeville’s blueprint for growth
Every 10 years, Delaware law requires local governments to update their comprehensive plans. The plan is a blueprint for how and where a town would like to grow. Elements of the plan include economic development, housing, transportation, environmental features, water and wastewater, community resources, and annexation strategy. A well written and organized plan can provide residents and others with much interesting information and data about their town.
Cedar Creek Planning and Communications worked with the town’s engineering consultants, Davis, Bowen & Friedel, to produce a reader-friendly plan that clearly describes how Bridgeville would like to grow over the next 10 years. Along the way, we will share elements of the plan and interesting tidbits with you.
The Town Commission adopted the plan on September 10, 2018. Included below are Bridgeville’s former plan, last updated in 2006, and a Bridgeville-Greenwood Master Plan that was completed in 2013-14; click on the covers to view or download.
Current Bridgeville plan (2006)
Bridgeville-Greenwood Master Plan (2014)
What is your vision for Bridgeville?
IF YOU LIVED HERE . . .
A draft of Bridgeville's comprehensive plan is now available for you to read on this website. The plan is called "One Bridgeville." Often, plans are written for state agency bureaucrats and other planners. There is a state checklist of items that, by state law, must be included in a town's comprehensive plan. But every town has a [...]