On February 6, 2020, the Village Board of Trustees accepted the initial draft of the Comprehensive Plan. The document was then sent to the Rockland County Planning Department, the Town of Clarkstown, and the Village of Nyack for their comments. A public hearing was held on March 26, and comments from residents were collected.
Over the past few months, the document has been revised to address the concerns of residents and the comments returned to the Village from Rockland County Planning Department. The final document is now available for public review by clicking the link below or the tile on the left of this page.
What is the Comprehensive Plan?
The Comprehensive Plan is a vision statement for the future of the Village. It acknowledges and past and offers direction for the future. By law, changes to land use laws must be guided by the Comprehensive Plan. Over the past 2 1/2 years, the Comprehensive Plan Committee has held many public input sessions on the topics of interest to the residents of the Village. The updated document is the result of that input and the work of the Committee.
The Village last updated its Comprehensive Plan in 1999.
|Vincent S. Morgan||Member|
|Kennon Rothchild, III||Member|
|Karen A. Tarapata|