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The Comprehensive Plan establishes a clear vision for the future of Lynchburg, identifies goals towards achieving that vision, creates policy guidance for public and private decision-makers, and identifies tasks that need to be pursued to make the Plan's vision and goals a reality. Building on the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan document, the following area-specific plans have been adopted by the Lynchburg City Council as more detailed subsets of the Comprehensive Plan.
- Campbell Avenue | Odd Fellows Road Land Use and Corridor Study Master Plan
- Downtown and Riverfront Master Plan
- Fifth Street Corridor Master Plan
- "Growing Tinbridge Hill" - A Sustainable Neighborhood Plan for Tinbridge Hill
- Lynchburg Zoning Diagnostic
- Midtown Area Master Plan
- Route 221 Corridor Plan
- Tyreeana/Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Plan
- Wards Ferry Road Corridor Study
- Wards Road Area Pedestrian & Bicycle Concept Plan
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Tom Martin, AICP, City Planner is responsible for maintaining the plan.
The Planning Commission
The Planning Commission is responsible for implementation of the plan. Its seven members are:
- Robert Bowden
- Leslie Gahagan
- Robert "Cham"bliss Light, Jr., Vice-Chair
- Mark Lowe
- Nancy Marion
- David Perault, Chair
- Tom Rogers
The following chapters and maps read together constitute Lynchburg's Comprehensive Plan 2013-2020 as adopted by the City Council on January 14, 2014.