Hopewell Borough Master Plan Reexamination

COVID-19 Notice

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming Master Plan Reexamination meetings will be held electronically using the Zoom video platform.

The Hopewell Borough Planning Board in 2021 is undertaking a public process to seek community and public feedback on revisions the Borough’s Master Plan. The Master Plan is a document that provides the underlying guidance for the town’s zoning, shaping the location, type and scale of development and land use. A key component of the Master Plan Reexamination is engaging with the public and capturing as much input as possible to guide the Borough’s vision for the next decade and beyond.

The Planning Board invites all members of the public to participate in an ongoing dialogue to assure the Plan is informed by diverse voices. Questions, comments, criticisms, and new ideas are all welcomed, and indeed, encouraged.

This website will be updated throughout the process with information on meeting dates, how to submit comments and information on the process. You can find copies of the town’s 2007 Master Plan and the 2014 Reexamination report, zoning and other maps and information on the three redevelopment areas in town below.   

Meetings, Process and Comments

The Borough is looking for feedback and participation in this process from residents, businesses, community groups and all of its stakeholders. Comments can be submitted by participating in one of the public meetings and outreach events. Check this page often for ways to participate. 

The first meeting will be held on January 27, 2021 at 7:00 PM via the online zoom platform. You can access the meeting by clicking here or by downloading the meeting notice. Materials and slides from the meeting will be posted here shortly. 


Reexamination in the news

News coverage of the Borough’s process will be posted here, and is provided for additional background information on on the reexamination.

Hopewell Valley News – January 20, 2021

MercerMe.com – January 15, 2021

Hopewell Valley News – February 1, 2021