Sewer Master Plan was chosen as the winner in the
Comprehensive Planning - Large Jurisdiction category for the 2005 Ohio
Planning Conference Planning Awards Program.
Draft Liberty Township Comprehensive Plan Map 2005 - 2015 won the
1st place of the Best Analytical Map for the Map Gallery of the 15th Ohio
GIS Conference (OGRIP, 9/2005).
Sewer Master Planning Team received a 2004 Achievement Award by the
National Association of Counties for the work it performed on the
Sewer Master Plan Update. The team also was a finalist for the Team Award
at the annual Delaware County Awards Luncheon.
DCRPC and the County Commissioners were honored by Main Street
Delaware in 2004 for the joint renovation project of the RPC offices
at 109 N. Sandusky.
2002, 2005 and 2006
Annual Reports (published in 2003, 2006 and 2007) received a Meritorious Award from
the National Association of County Information Officers. The
category was non-magazine or newsletter annual reports for counties with a
population less than 500,000.
Village of Shawnee Hills Comprehensive Plan Map, and a map that
combined Liberty, Berlin and Orange Township Comprehensive Plan Maps, were
chosen for inclusion in “2003 ESRI Map Book” (Environmental
Systems Research Institute)
Village of Shawnee Hills Comprehensive Plan Map was selected to be
included in “GIS Solutions for Urban and Regional Planning” (ESRI,
Village of Shawnee Hills Comprehensive Plan Map won the 1st place
of the Best Analytical Map for the Map Gallery of the 11th Ohio GIS
Conference (OGRIP, 9/2001).
Communities proposes Cobblestone Crossing at Lewis Center
about the DCRPC staff report on this 425-acre proposal in Orange Township by
going to PAGE 4.This
project is no longer active, but the concepts are still valid and were worked
into the township's Comprehensive Plan.
Residential Developments and Conservation Subdivisions
decade of high growth in Delaware County has prompted several of its townships
to re-examine their current Planned Residential District zoning ordinances and
look for ways to improve them. The concept of development based on conservation
principles is not a new idea, but has not been tried in Delaware County. The
Conservation Subdivision has been a success in other states not only from an
ecological point of view, but from a financial one as well. The RPC staff has
developed a presentation that compares current PRDs in the county and presents a
description of conservation principles and case studies. The presentation can be
downloaded here: Part 1 (9.5
mb file), Part 2 (5.8 mb
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