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The project logo Madison Master Plan Virtual Open House

Since we are not able to hold an in-person public workshop, this site will walk you through a virtual open house for the Madison Master Plan! The virtual open house is designed to allow you to view materials and provide input. This virtual open house will be available for two full weeks, from May 11 to May 31. 

Office Hours: If you find that you need help navigating the site, you can register for an office hour session. Once you have registered, please remember the date/time of the session that you signed up for, and join the session using the Zoom link (listed on the Welcome Tab) at the scheduled time. You can join the office hours anytime during the hour. 

Click here to register for an office hours session! 

Welcome to the Madison Master Plan Virtual Open House!

  1. Please watch the video
  2. Sign in below with your name and email
  3. Review the tips below on how to best navigate this site

 

 

* This is a required question. Please give us your contact information to continue into the site. Remember to click "Submit"

Tips for Using the Site:

  • We recommend using a tablet or a computer to engage with this site.
  • Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom on each tab! For more detailed information, you can download the files at the bottom of each tab. 
  • When you see a banner ("what are your thoughts?"), that means there are questions below for you to answer.
  • You can choose to start the virtual open house and finish it at a later time (the open house is live from May 11 to May 31). Your responses will be saved if you use the same device and are on the same IP address. If you provide the same name and email as your first visit to the survey, the system will tie all your responses together. 

 

If you have any questions, make sure to sign up for an office hour session below. You can also email us at [email protected] 

    Need help navigating this site? Sign up for office hours! 

    You don't need to sign up for office hours to participate in the Virtual Open House. However, if you find that you need help navigating the site, you can sign up for office hours, and members of the Master Plan project team will be available to assist you via a Zoom call. Once you have registered for office hours, please remember the date/time of the session that you signed up for, and join using the Zoom link below at the scheduled time. You can join the office hours anytime during the hour. We recommend using a tablet or computer so you can view our screen. 

     

    All office hours will be conducted using Zoom. If you have never used Zoom before, you will need to download the Zoom application to join the office hours session. You will be prompted to do so when you click the Zoom meeting link of the office hours session that you signed up for. 

    1. Tuesday, May 12th, 4pm - 5pm Click here to join this session 
    2. Thursday, May 14th, 12pm - 1pm Click here to join this session 
    3. Monday, May 18th, 10am - 11am Click here to join this session 
    4. Wednesday, May 20th, 6pm - 7pm Click here to join this session 

     

    If the form below doesn't work, you can also click here to register

    What is a Master Plan? 

    • Guides the use of lands to protect public health & safety and promote general welfare.
    • Equal parts an aspirational vision and practical response to land development challenges.
    • NOT a prescription, a formula, or a zoning ordinance, but will include recommendations to regulatory approaches, including zoning. 
    • NJ Municipal Land Use Law (MLUL) requires all municipalities have a Master Plan.

     

    The Master Plan is an opportunity to address current challenges & opportunities and create a vision to guide Madison for the next 20-30 years.

     

    Why now?

    • The previous Master Plan was finalized in 1992, ~30 years ago.
    • Demographic changes, resiliency and sustainability, smart growth, Complete Streets, e-commerce, smart city technology, resiliency and placemaking have shifted the terrain of local planning.​