The Regionally Important Resources Plan
The CSRA RC Regionally Important Resources Plan is intended to serve as a guide for the protection and management of the many important natural, cultural, and historic resources found throughout the CSRA region. These resources are those determined to be of value to the region and thus the state, and to be vulnerable to the effects of uncontrolled or incompatible development. Additionally, the plan hopes to lay a foundation for improved local, regional and state level coordination in protecting and managing these important resources.
The current Regionally Important Resources Plan was developed in 2011. The full plan is viewable through the link below.
The Regional Plan
The CSRA Regional Plan (‘the Plan’) is the long-range plan for the management of the region’s projected growth by local governments and the CSRA Regional Commission. The Plan’s horizon is twenty years but will be updated every five years to address changing regional conditions.
The current Regional Plan was developed in 2018-19 and features a work program that is updated annually.
Regional Plan Annual Implementation Program Report
Public Hearing Notice
A public hearing for the CSRA Regional Commission Regional Plan annual implementation program report will take place on Monday, May 16th, at 10:00am. The purpose of this hearing is to inform the public and interested parties on the contents of the annual report for the 13-county regional plan and process by which it will be adopted.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the hearing will be conducted in a hybrid in-person and virtual format. The in-person hearing will take place at the CSRA Regional Commission office, 3626 Walton Way Extension Suite 300, Augusta, GA. Citizens who wish to attend the hearing virtually may do so via GoTo Meeting. The virtual meeting may be accessed at: https://meet.goto.com/917025053 or by phone at (United States): (224) 501-3412, 917025053#, Access Code: 917-025-053.
Persons with special needs or needs relating to handicapped accessibility or foreign language should contact Kim Walker at 706-210-2000 prior to May 12th. This person is available during the following hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Persons with hearing disabilities can contact the Georgia Relay Service, at (TDD) 1-800-255-0056, (Voice) 1-800-255-0135, 7-1-1.