Davidson, NC, Comprehensive Plan
One of this comprehensive plan's vision statements is to "provide sustainable and healthy choices for transportation, food and energy use." Associated goals address increasing composting as a way to reduce waste (Goal 3), and promoting the production of, access to, and consumption of local foods (Goal 5).
The town’s comprehensive plan addresses goals and recommendations efforts to “Promote Cultural, Socioeconomic, and Age Diversity”. Recommendations include provisions for universal design and aging-in-place responsibilities as part of a town staff position. Information from an Aging in Place Task Force was used to inform plan development; see 2008’s Aging in Place Task Force Final Report, which includes recommendations for street design, transportation, housing, programs, and facilities.
The city’s comprehensive plan provides recommendations to preserve rural landscapes. It identifies scenic viewshed preservation as a natural asset that requires attention, particularly regarding definition and determining priorities. Chapter 3 includes a goal to protect the rural landscape, and provides short-term recommendations and ongoing initiatives to encourage rural viewshed preservations, including using a scenic overlay district, creating design guidelines for the rural planning area, and using cluster and conservation subdivisions to preserve rural areas.
Community Type: Suburban
Population Range: <25K
Knowledgebase Resource Categories: Comprehensive Plan
Taxonomy Master Topics: Food Systems Policy
View Protection Policy
Elderly Housing Policy
Format: Knowledgebase Resource
Topic: Housing Policy
Natural Resources and Environment
Social Justice and Equity
Population Density: 1,000-2,999/square mile