On May 18, the DC City Council voted to amend the DC Comprehensive Plan.
Take a look at this video to hear about our key loss, the Future Land Use Map (FLUM)!
Now what: How do we remedy these loses and harms?
- Tell the National Capital Planning Commission to Reject the Plan
- Join our lawsuit
- Keep an deft eye on the DC Office of Zoning calendar
COMP PLAN LEGISLATIVE TIMELINE
- Now that the Council has approved amendments to the DC Comp Plan, what happens next?
- The National Capital Planning Commission will take up and consider voting on the DC Comprehensive Plan as approved by the City Council. You can write to them today!
- If approved by the NCPC, the Comp Plan legislation will head to the Mayor Muriel Bowser’s desk for her signature.
- Then after the Mayor signs the Bill, it will head to US Congress where it needs passive approval since DC is not a state.
- Once approved by Congress, the Comp Plan becomes a law . . . that is unless our lawsuit is successful.
WHAT DID WE WIN? Click here.