Beaufort’s Civic Master Plan process continues

This September and October, the City of Beaufort will continue its exciting design and master planning process, led by the Redevelopment Commission and the Office of Civic Investment, to create a Civic Master Plan for the future of the city. Community involvement is essential to this process, and we look forward to seeing everyone in the coming months.
The Civic Master Plan will establish principles and standards that all public and private development will follow and will identify and promote investment and reinvestment opportunities, block by block, in each neighborhood throughout the entire city. Each neighborhood has its own unique history, character and physical attributes and we need your help to identify how each will evolve over the coming decades.
The planning for Sectors 2 & 3 of the Civic Master Plan will encompass the following neighborhoods west of Ribaut Rd. and south of Duke St.: West End, Depot, Hundred Pines, Royal Oaks, Cottage Farm, Jericho Woods, Spanish Point, and Mossy Oaks, as well as Beaufort Memorial Hospital and the Technical College of the Lowcountry.


• September 6, 5:30-7 p.m.
Sector 2 Public Workshop
Location: Riverview Charter School, 302 Burroughs Ave.

• September 15, 5:30-7 p.m.
Sector 3 Public Workshop
Location: Mossy Oaks Elementary, 2510 Mossy Oaks Road.

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