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The Comprehensive Plan establishes a clear vision for the future of Lynchburg, identifies goals towards achieving that vision, creates policy guidance for public and private decision-makers, and identifies tasks that need to be pursued to make the Plan's vision and goals a reality. Building on the recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan document, the following areas of the city have specific planning documents that have been adopted by the Lynchburg City Council as more detailed subsets of the Comprehensive Plan.
- Atlanta Avenue
- Campbell Avenue | Odd Fellows Road
- Downtown and Riverfront
- Fifth Street
- Tinbridge Hill Neighborhood
- Route 221 Corridor
- Tyreeana/Pleasant Valley Neighborhood
- Wards Ferry Road
- Wards Road
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Tom Martin, AICP, City Planner is responsible for maintaining the plan.
The Planning Commission
The Planning Commission is responsible for implementation of the plan. Its seven members are:
- Robert Bowden
- Robert "Cham"bliss Light, Jr., Vice-Chair
- Kensie Johnson
- Mark Lowe
- Nancy Marion
- David Perault, Chair
- Tom Rogers
The following chapters and maps read together constitute Lynchburg's Comprehensive Plan 2013-2030 as adopted by the City Council on January 14, 2014.