The Capital City Redevelopment Corp. will have virtual public hearings Tuesday and Thursday to give community members a chance to provide feedback on a proposed draft update to the CCRC Renaissance Plan.
The hearings will be held during the day and night, as follows:
- Tuesday at 2 p.m.
- Thursday at 6 p.m.
Links to the virtual hearings and a copy of the draft plan can be found here. Community members also can leave a written comment.
The CCRC said a planning consultant will provide a presentation on the update to the Renaissance Plan at a meeting of the Planning Board at 6 p.m. Aug. 26. This virtual meeting can be accessed here.
The public comment period for the draft update to the Renaissance Plan is scheduled to conclude Sept. 18.
CCRC was statutorily created in 1988 to assist with the planning, coordination and promotion of development within the Capital District, which consists of those portions of the city of Trenton that serve as its commercial center, and in which public buildings and historic sites are located.
CCRC’s Renaissance Plan guides public and private investment decisions within the district through goals, policies and specific recommendations. In 2019, the CCRC board hired Newark-based Topology, a real estate and planning firm, to oversee and assist with updating the Renaissance Plan in coordination with the city of Trenton’s recent update to its Master Plan, known as Trenton 250, as well as other relevant plans for areas within the CCRC boundary.