multiple, as this project is update of GP including LUE and associated designations
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The 2040 General Plan is a comprehensive update of the Town's 1996 general plan, and establishes the community's vision for future development of the town over the next 22 years. As part of the general plan process, the 2040 general plan has been reorganized and reformatted, with updated goals and policies that reflect the community's vision of Windsor. The Town's general plan land use map also been updated to reflect the community's vision and three themes that thread through the 2040 general plan: growth management, sustainability and resiliency, and community health and well-being. Growth within the town limits is supported by the 2040 general plan with consideration of the ability to provide public services, fiscal impacts, and infrastructure capacity including water and wastewater capacity and transportation. Infill development would be prioritized to create more efficient and cost effective infrastructure, maximizing underutilized parcels in the town.
Development under the 2040 general plan would establish a more defined community edge providing a sense of transition between farmland on the town's edge and development within the town. The 2040 general plan includes the following seven updated elements: land use and community design, economic development, transportation and mobility, public facilities and services, environmental resources, public health and safety, and housing.
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