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Posted on: April 30, 2021

[ARCHIVED] 2021 Comprehensive Plan Listening Session

2021 SK Comprehensive Plan

Residents and business owners are invited to participate in a virtual "listening session" being held by the Planning Board to present questions and concerns regarding the Town’s Draft 2021 Comprehensive Community Plan. The draft Comp Plan is presently before the Town Council and is the subject to a Public Hearing that opened April 12th and has been continued to May 24th. 

This virtual Listening Session will be held on May 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm via a Zoom Webinar. 

Listening Session:   Community members’ participation in the planning process has been vital in the development of the draft Comp Plan and  participation has been necessary in order to reflect the needs of the community. Community members are encouraged to attend the upcoming Listening Session for an additional opportunity to provide input.  The facilitated session will include a short presentation about the background of the Comp Plan, but the majority of the time will be reserved for participants to share their input about the plan.

Public "Listening Session" regarding the Town of South Kingstown's' Draft 2021 Comprehensive Community Plan (
Meeting will be virtual via Zoom.  A Zoom link will be posted on Agenda.  Please clearly identify yourself and/or group you are representing upon signing in the night of the meeting.
Thursday, May 6th from 6:00PM to 8:00PM.
Planning Board Chair Steven DiMasi, Planning Board Vice Chair Maria Mack; Town Manager Robert Zarnetske; Planning Director Jamie Rabbitt; Principal Planner Jay Parker; and Special Legal Counsel Amy Goins

For more information please contact the Planning Department at 789-9331 or go to the Town's web page ( and look at the Town's meeting calendar which is located in the lower right corner of the page.

In addition, community members are encouraged to share ideas, questions and concerns with the Planning Department prior to this meeting. Comments may be emailed to

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