City of Laurens Public Meetings Seeking Community Input Begin November 10

November 7, 2022

As reported last month on the Buzz, the City of Laurens wants to hear from residents as they begin the job of updating the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The comprehensive plan is a document that includes the City’s history, current state and the vision for the future of the City. The plan serves as a road map, or long range plan, to facilitate growth and development while promoting the health, safety and general welfare of the residents.

A critical part of this process is hearing from the people. To facilitate that dialogue, A series of community input meetings have been scheduled.

There are five meetings schedule between two dates as listed below.

November 10:

  • Laurens City Hall, 126 East Public Square (8-10 am)
  • The Ridge at Laurens, 301 Exchange Road (12-2 pm)

November 17:

  • The Ridge at Laurens, 301 Exchange Road (8-10 am)
  • Laurens County Library, 1017 West Main Street (12-2 pm)
  • Laurens City Hall, 126 East Public Square (3-5 pm)

Members of the community are encouraged to participate in the process by attending one or more of the meetings and sharing their ideas regarding the future goals and objectives for Laurens. The meetings are public forums for residents to communicate their thoughts and ideas on possible projects they would like to see in the City of Laurens consider.

Can’t attend one of the scheduled meetings?

Use the QR code below to complete a survey. Just click on the QR code in the image below to access the survey.

Everyone is encouraged to participate in the survey which includes 18 questions.