Georgetown's campus plan is a multi-year plan spanning 2010-2020 governing the university’s future planning and development. A steering committee of university officials, including representatives from a wide variety of internal departments with responsibilities ranging from academic issues to facilities and transportation to community life, meets regularly to coordinate issues surrounding the campus plan. The plan's development has been done in wide consultation with university neighbors and members of the local and campus communities.
Show Support for the 2010-2020 Campus Plan
Expressions of support from the Georgetown University community are an influential factor in the Campus Plan approval process. Your support in favor of the plan will be critical in helping to ensure that the Zoning Commission considers all perspectives fairly and sees the full impact of Georgetown's work within the broader community. There are several ways you can add your voice to our efforts:
- Write a letter to the Zoning Commission expressing support of the Campus Plan or, more broadly, your observations of Georgetown University's positive contribution to the District of Columbia or in your own personal experiences. Send letters up until June 6 to:
D.C. Zoning Commission441 Fourth Street, N.W.Suite 210Washington, D.C. 20001
To learn more about key points in the Campus Plan, refer to highlights of the pre-hearing submission here.
To receive more information about sending a letter of support, contact Linda Greenan, Associate Vice President for External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 687-5677.
Zoning Commission Hearings
On March 31, 2011 Georgetown University filed its Pre-Hearing Submission to supplement and amend the 2010 Campus Plan filed on December 30, 2010. This submission makes significant new commitments in direct response to community concerns, the District of Columbia Office of Planning, and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation and conveys additional data and information in support of various aspects of the Campus Plan.
To download a letter from President DeGioia and highlights from the pre-hearing submission materials, click here.
The March 31, 2011 pre-hearing submission documents filed are below (Note: All documents are in PDF format):
Note: All documents are in PDF format.