Staying Inside the Lines (PAS 440)

Urban Growth Boundaries

By Gail Easley

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Planners can use urban growth boundaries to meet state and local growth goals. This report shows how urban growth boundaries can concentrate new development within mapped areas to ensure efficient delivery of urban services, preserve more open land and farmland, and prevent the costly and detremental effects of urban sprawl.

This report defines various types of urban growth areas, discusses ...

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Page Count
32
Date Published
Nov. 1, 1992
ISBN
978-1-611900-54-5
Format
Paperback
Publisher
APA Planning Advisory Service

About the Authors

Gail Easley
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Table of Contents

Types of urban growth areas

Methodology

Implementation

Case studies of urban growth areas

Conclusions

Bibliography