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Directions to Town Hall and Town Court
In a rapidly changing environment, it is more important now than ever to be proactive, rather than reactive, to changing conditions. Over the past 10 years, the Town of Lyons has experienced significant change, most notably through the dissolution of the Village of Lyons in 2015. Lyons leaders recognize that with the shifting landscape comes the need for adaptability, and in order to preserve the existing character and future of the community, it was important to step back and create a vision to move them into the future. The vision came in the form of an updated Comprehensive Plan, and below are the primary reasons why planning is important to this community who is seeking to undertake new regulations, allow for new uses, and improve the overall economic landscape of the community.
Long-Range Planning in Lyons:
- Allows for “Big Picture” thinking
- Coordinates local decision-making
- Provides guidance to developers, landowners, and community leaders
- Incorporates all members of the community
- Builds an informed constituency
- Sets the stage for regulatory updates
By Jake Emmel
Town of Lyons
- This is an exciting time for the Town of Lyons Comprehensive Plan to be significantly revised – not only because it has been 15 years since the adoption of the previous Master Plan, but also because this is the first long-range plan for the Town and former Village. From re-imagining our downtown economic strategy to the preservation of our most sensitive natural resources, many opportunities are happening right now that will influence the future of Lyons, and we need you to be a part of it. I encourage you and your neighbors to join us in this important process of identifying how the Town will look and feel over the next 10 to 20 years. On behalf of the Town of Lyons, thank you for your participation and sharing in a strong vision for our future.
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