Comprehensive Plan Update
What is a Comprehensive Plan?
A Comprehensive Plan is an official statement about Millville’s future that is used to direct future development decisions. It is required by State law and is certified by the Governor. Millville’s last Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2008 (it can be found by clicking here).
The Town is currently in the process of updating the Comprehensive Plan. More to come!
Town Council Special Meeting with the Comprehensive Plan Committee (October 30, 2018, 7 p.m.)
- Meeting PowerPoint Presentation (10/30/18)
- Comp. Plan Survey Results (10/30/18)
- SWOT Analysis Responses (10/30/18)
- Meeting Minutes (10/30/18)
Comprehensive Plan Committee Meeting (December 18, 2018, 1:30 p.m.)
Comprehensive Plan Committee Meeting (February 5, 2019, 1 p.m.)
Comprehensive Plan Committee Meeting (February 26, 2019, 1 p.m.)
- Meeting Minutes (2/26/19)
Town Council Public Hearing with the Comprehensive Plan Committee (June 11, 2019, 7 p.m.)
- PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
- KCI Technologies Meeting PowerPoint Slide Show Presentation
- Meeting Minutes
Comprehensive Plan 2019 Draft
The Town has partnered with Debbie Pfeil of KCI Technologies, Inc. to manage the New Plan from its inception thru community surveys, data collection, multiple meetings, intergovernmental coordination and State Certification from the Governor’s Office. The Town of Millville recently completed the Draft 2019 Comprehensive Plan Update and is seeking Public Comments. The Plan draft can be found below.
The Plan has been reviewed by Sussex County and is scheduled for the Office of State Planning Coordination review with multiple State Agencies at the end of April. The Public Comment period will be open from Monday, April 9, 2019 thru Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Please submit all comments in writing to Matt Amerling, Town Clerk, at MAmerling@mvtown.com or they can be hand delivered to the Millville Town Hall. All received comments and recommended responses will be provided to the Mayor and Town Council during the Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 for consideration. The Town would like to thank everyone for the volume of responses to the Community surveys as this information assisted with shaping the Town’s goals.
- Comp. Plan draft
- Map 1: Town Boundary
- Map 2: Zoning
- Map 3: State Strategies for Policies & Spending
- Map 4: Existing Land Use
- Map 5: Future Land Use
- Map 6: Future Land Use & Annexations
- Map 7: Transportation
- Map 8: Water Service Areas
- Map 9: Wastewater Service Areas
- Map 10: Environmental Features
- Map 11: Sea Level Rise
- Map 12: Tax Ditches
- SWOT Analysis
- Data Inventory