Gloucester County has launched a new digital community engagement site to inform and engage residents about current and upcoming plans and initiatives, according to a release from the county’s office of Community Engagement and Public Information.
Through a partnership with Zencity, Gloucester County will create engagement sites for local projects, upload information, and invite residents to give input using interactive tools.
The site will enable the county government to incorporate more resident voices in the planning and execution of initiatives to improve local services and the overall quality of life in the community, a release said. On Tuesday, the county launched an engagement form to receive citizen input regarding potential changes to the county’s zoning ordinance.
County staff, in partnership with the planning commission and board of supervisors, completed a comprehensive rewrite of Articles 1-9 of the County’s Zoning Ordinance. Articles 1-9 include regulations for ...
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