LPC surveys the Marine Commerical District


The Lewes Planning Commission (LPC) is undertaking the review of all zoning ordinances and maps following the State’s approval of the updated 2015 Comprehensive Plan, which happens once every 5 or 10 years.
As a part of this process, they will considering options to help promote and preserve the city’s marine commercial areas.  Residents and business owners are being asked to assist the LPC in setting the objectives for areas around the Lewes and Rehoboth Canal and along Savannah Road toward Lewes Beach, referred to as Marine Commercial District, by completing a survey. 
The survey asks respondents to prioritize the characteristics necessary to maintain and improve the Marine Commercial District, as well as, identify any threats to the continued viability of the district. The survey can be accessed by clicking the link below. This link will be available through Friday February 23rd at 5:00pm.
In addition, the Commission will be holding open forums starting in mid- February to receive input from citizens.  Follow-up interviews of interested persons will be conducted after the surveys have been received.
If you have any questions or want additional information, please contact:
Drew McKay, Chair of the Land Use/Marine Commercial District Subcommittee of the LPC:
Kay Carnahan, Chair of the LPC:
   |    CLICK HERE: Marine Commerical District Survery