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Get Involved!

The City is currently updating the Comprehensive Plan. In the year ahead, the City is asking for input to ensure everyone's voice is heard. A multi-pronged community engagement approach is being used including surveys, social media, formal and informal meetings, public meetings, and more. Click here to take the survey.

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Want to Listen In?

You can listen in on future workshops with the Planning Commission. When details are available, the workshop date and corresponding topic will be hyperlinked.

Future workshops are planned for –

June 2 – Transportation

Sept 1 – Community Facilities & Land Use

Oct 6 – Economic Development & Priority Investment

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Existing Conditions Report

This process begins with a review of the Existing Conditions.

A working draft is available here.  

To provide comments on the Existing Conditions draft, please emaiRockHillCompPlanUpdate@cityofrockhill.com.

 

 
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 Existing Conditions Report Summary [by element]

Introduction

Population

Housing

Community Facilities

Transportation

Economic Development

Land Use

Natural Resources

Cultural Resources

Public Health

Priority Investment

 


Core Values 

The City's highest priority goals are captured in 4 Core Values.  The Core Values serve as a guiding philosophy for making development, planning, and budget decisions moving forward.

 

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Grow Inside First ProvideBetter Connections Reinforce Strong
Neighborhoods
Ensure Functionality
with Inspiring Design

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Focus 2020 Comprehensive Plan

To view the Focus 2020 Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2015 click here or to view the interactive Future Land Use Map click here.

 

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

The Comprehensive Plan is an important policy guide that sets the long-term vision for the City.  It includes an evaluation of trends and existing conditions, defines community strengths and challenges, and provides recommendations to address those challenges.

All local governments in South Carolina are required to develop a Comprehensive Plan, review it every 5 years, and update it every 10.