The Winchester-Clark County Comprehensive Plan, a document designed to guide growth and development for the next five years, could look significantly different after members of the community and planning commission review it next year.
Commissioners brainstormed possible changes this week, including reorganization of the planning document and division of the county map into geographic sectors.
The sectors could act as "mini-plans," and the planning commission could review a different one each year, said Deborah Bruckman, director of planning and community development.
"It keeps us updating the comprehensive plan," Bruckman said. "It keeps us constantly growing it."
Bruckman also suggested evaluating agricultural land, environmental and natural resources, and watersheds, but she said it will be up to the Planning Commission to determine which direction to go with the update.