A year-long process to update the City’s Comprehensive Plan concluded in December 2019 with the adoption of the plan by City Council. The plan will guide the development and redevelopment of the City, and will assist elected and appointed officials in making decisions related to planning and zoning, economic development, and capital improvement projects over the next 10-20 years.
Building on community input received during the Fairfield Forward comprehensive planning process, the City completed a connectivity master plan. The plan is focused on identifying opportunities to improve the walkability and bikeability of Fairfield. Known as Fairfield Connects, the plan will be a guiding document that informs the City’s decision-making process as transportation improvements are planned and completed.
The city completed a study of the Pleasant Avenue corridor between Nilles Road and Pleasant Run Creek. The study was to examine the possibilities for improving the safety and streetscape quality and function in the area.
The city commissioned Market Metrics LLC to conduct a market analysis of the North Route 4 corridor, focused north of Nilles Road to the City of Hamilton. The firm analyzed demographic and economic data to understand development trends and the strength of the local market.