What is a Framework Plan?
Framework Plans are future planning documents that provide a clear vision of the kind of place the community wants to be in the future. The Community Framework Plan influences policies that have a direct bearing on quality of life. City leaders will look to the Community Framework Plans for direction on land use, new development, transportation, housing, parks, trails and open space, utilities and economic development. Click on any of the community links to learn more about active Framework Planning in your area.
Why the Framework Planning Process Matters:
The Community Framework Plans inﬂuence policies that have a direct bearing on your quality of life in the community. City leaders will look to the Community Framework Plans for direction on land use, new development, transportation, housing, parks, trails, and open space, utilities and economic development. The Community Framework Plans will build upon the foundation laid by the Birmingham Comprehensive Plan!
For more information about the Framework Planning process, meeting dates and times, meeting materials, or general comments, you should contact :
Doug Hale, Principal Planner
City of Birmingham Planning Division
Birmingham City Hall, 5th Floor
Your community has a voice, We want to hear from you!
Calendar of Events:
Titusville Framework Plan
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Living Church Ministries
401 Omega Street South
West End Community
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Harrison Park Rec Center
1615 McMillon Avenue SW
Five Points West Community
Monday, January 26, 2015
Five Points West Library
4812 Avenue W
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
300 8th Avenue West
North Birmingham Framework Plan
Thursday, January 29, 2015
North Birmingham Regional Branch Library
2501 31st Ave North
The Meeting will include many opportunities for you
to speak your mind and contribute to the planning effort for the future of the Western Area.
The Framework Planning Process is conducted by the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham (RPCGB), operating under contract to the City of Birmingham. This project is funded by the Building Communities Program. Representatives from both the RPCGB and the City of Birmingham will research existing conditions and facilitate community meetings to create a set of recommendations for the three different areas identified in this website.