- Industrial growth and economic development have continued in the Huntsville/Limestone County district, in a manner that has added significantly to the regional economy.
- Tertiary development has occurred in a sustainable, mixed-use pattern, consistent with the vision laid out in the Master Plan for Western Annexed Land, City of Huntsville-Limestone County, Alabama.
As Huntsville has grown, there has been a significant focus on expanding and diversifying the economic base for the region. One strategy has been to designate land within the Limestone County portion of the City for industrial development, particularly geared toward large-site projects. In anticipation of this effort, the City undertook a master planning effort in 2011. The desire was not only to accommodate the new employment projects, but also to shape the supporting growth – residential neighborhoods, retail and service centers, educational infrastructure, and greenspace, among others – that it would encourage.
Since that plan was completed, significant new development has occurred in the Huntsville/Limestone County area, to the extent that a plan review and update should be conducted to recognize and accommodate the growth.
Last modified: August 15th, 2018 at 3:04 pm
Review Master Plan for Western Annexed Land, City of Huntsville-Limestone County, Alabama and update to conform with any changes in development patterns.