Redevelopment Plans

Program Overview

The planning process will be a highly collaborative effort and will entail three robust rounds of discovery, analysis, collaboration and interaction with County officials, staff, municipal leaders and the public on damage, needs, and strategies. These rounds will entail on-site meetings and discussion with subject matter experts and planners. The three meetings will include:

  • Meeting 1: Validation and/or discovery of data pertaining to damage and impacts
  • Meeting 2: Construction, review, and feedback on first drafts of resilient redevelopment strategies
  • Meeting 3: Refinement, feedback, and finalization of draft resilient redevelopment strategies
These plans will be delivered to the North Carolina General Assembly by May 1, 2017

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Anson Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Beaufort Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Bertie Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Bladen Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Brunswick Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Camden Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Carteret Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Chatham Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Chowan Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Columbus Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Craven Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Cumberland Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Currituck Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Dare Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Duplin Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Edgecombe Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Franklin Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Gates Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Greene Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Halifax Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Harnett Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Hertford Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Hoke Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Hyde Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Johnston Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Jones Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Lee Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Lenoir Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Martin Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Montgomery Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Moore Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Nash Final Draft Plan and Strategies
New Hanover Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Northampton Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Onslow Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Pamlico Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Pasquotank Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Pender Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Perquimans Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Pitt Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Richmond Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Robeson Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Sampson Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Scotland Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Tyrrell Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Wake Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Warren Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Washington Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Wayne Final Draft Plan and Strategies
Wilson Final Draft Plan and Strategies

As part of the planning process, NCEM facilitated development of regional resilient redevelopment plans for four “prosperity zones” as identified by the North Carolina Department of Commerce. Prosperity zones were created by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2015 for the following purposes:

  1. Facilitate collaborative and coordinated planning and use of resources,
  2. Improve cooperation with other governmental and nonprofit entities at the local and regional level,
  3. Facilitate administrative efficiencies within State government,
  4. Receive advice on economic development issues by local boards established by a North Carolina nonprofit corporation with which the Department of Commerce contracts, and
  5. To the extent feasible, establish one¬stop sources in each region for citizens and businesses seeking State services at the regional level.
The regional plans were developed to provide summary information for the counties located in each of the four prosperity zones. These summary documents provide a snapshot of the current needs of the counties located in these regions regarding holistic recovery and redevelopment. The regional plans will evolve as the counties analyze their risk to their assets, identify needs and opportunities, determine the potential costs and benefits of projects, and prioritize projects.

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