Planning Commission

The Planning Commission meets on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. During November and December meetings are changed to the second Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m to accommodate for the holiday season.


The Planning Commission is in the process of updating the Zoning Bylaw – to be formally warned, reviewed, and adopted in 2020. This is a long process that includes making many small and large changes to an important document. Please feel free to review the current draft, linked below, and provide comments, questions, or other feedback.  Note: for now this is still very much a working draft – there will be numerous issues with section numbering, references, spacing, etc. until it gets closer to a final draft; please ignore those but by all means pass on any substantive comments to the Planning Commission! 

ZONING BYLAW UPDATE – click the following link:  

DRAFT Danville Zoning Bylaw 20191118

The Planning Commission can be directly contacted by emailing the Planning Commission Chair, Glenn Herrin at gherrin.danvillevt@gmail.com


For information on the Better Connections Grant received by the Planning Commission contact Kate Whitehead at kwhitehead.danvillevt@gmail.com

The Bettter Connections Grant Program is currently funding a master planning process to connect the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail to the Danville & West Danville Village. Click here to learn more:

Press Release:  Danville Village to Village Project Begins!

Rail Trail surveyhttps://www.v2v-danvillevt.org/take-our-survey/  We encourage everyone to take the survey!

The Danville Village to Village Master planning process is moving into the Wayfinding phase of the project and we need your input!  What is Wayfinding? It is instructional signage that helps us safely and conveniently navigate and move through a community.

A Wayfinding plan for the Danville segment of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is currently underway. We ask that you please take a moment to complete our short survey and let us know the key destinations in Danville that should be included in the plan.

Wayfinding can help point trail users to basic amenities, share mileage to important destinations in town and can even help boost the local economy by promoting our village businesses.

Thank you to Danville Girl Scout Troup 51442 for helping to kick-off this phase of the project!  

V2V links:

 

The Danville Village to Village Committee is excited to announce that the first full draft of the Danville Village to Village Activity Center Master Plan is now available for review. In the plan you will find recommendations relating to transportation enhancements, wayfinding signs, economic development and marketing.

We are seeking comments from the public through Wednesday, September 11, 2019. Following this comment period our consultants will revise the draft plan. We will present the revised draft to the public at a joint meeting of the Village to Village Steering Committee and the Danville Planning Commission on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 6:30pm at the Danville Town Office.

The draft plan and attachments can be downloaded from our website here: https://www.v2v-danvillevt.org/reports-results/

Comments can be submitted by email to csargent@dubois-king.com.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts! Thank you!


PLANNING COMMISSION TERM & MEMBERS

Term     Members                              

2022     Glenn Herrin, Chairman – gherrin.danvillevt@gmail.com

2020     Kate Whitehead, Secretary & Better Connections Grant Liaison kwhitehead.danvillevt@gmail.com

2021     Jeff Paquet – jpaquet.danvillevt@gmail.com

2022     Jenni Lavoie

2020     Vincent Foy

2022     Michael Hogue

2021     Mark Nicholson

The Danville Planning Commission proposed a new Town Plan which has been approved and replaces the expired 2011 plan.

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