In early 2008, the Summit Leadership Forum directed county and town planners to initiate a project that would provide a snapshot of what Summit County would look like in the year 2030. Planners from Breckenridge, Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon, Summit County, along with Blue River’s mayor participated in a brainstorming session where scenarios were postulated for a variety of subjects. These subjects ranged from population to second homes to the economy. The results of the session were compiled and a document was then generated to provide the Leadership Forum the snapshot of 2030.
The premise behind the 2030 document is that by looking forward, we can look back to the present and determine if we are on the correct path. If we do not like some of the things we see in 2030, then perhaps there are efforts we can undertake today to avoid the likely 2030 scenario.
The 2030 Report, coupled with the recently-completed Town Capacity Analysis, form the background information from which the Town Council will be engaging the community in a public process. The end result of this process is expected to be the development of a Sustainability Action Plan for the Town of Breckenridge. Click here to access a summary table that highlights the results of the 2030 analysis, with added italics for Breckenridge-specific issues.
For more information regarding 2030 and the Sustainability Action Plan, please contact Mark Truckey, Assistant Director, at 970-453-3184 or email email@example.com.
The Town of Breckenridge has undergone a lengthy inventory and analysis of its infrastructure and capacity to serve development with the anticipation of reaching buildout within the next 10 years. This analysis includes an overview of the following items: residential and commercial buildout, water district capacity, sanitation district capacity, roadways, parking, transit, housing, childcare, schools, parks and open space, and environmental quality. Click here to access a draft copy of the Capacity Analysis report.
The results of the Capacity Analysis report, coupled with the recently-completed 2030 report, form the background information from which the Town Council will be engaging the community in a public process. The end result of this process is expected to be the development of a Sustainability Action Plan for the Town of Breckenridge.
For more information regarding the Capacity Analysis and the Sustainability Action Plan, please contact Chris Kulick, at 970-453-3371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.