THE DRAFT PLAN IS READY FOR REVIEW!
Please use the following form to provide comments regarding the draft plan no later than the end of the day Friday, December 13th.
Louisville Metro Government, through the Office of Advanced Planning, has begun the process of creating a neighborhood plan for the Bowman Field area. The Bowman Area Neighborhoods Plan includes the Seneca Vista, Bowman, Park Hills, Hawthorne, and Big Spring Gardens neighborhoods, as well as the cities of Kingsley, Seneca Gardens, Strathmoor Village, and Wellington. This plan aims to address the planning needs and policy goals of this diverse community, offering a “roadmap” for future growth and sustainability. Rundell Ernstberger Associates, a local landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm, has been retained to provide facilitation and technical guidance in this process.
This process is being called the Bowman Area Neighborhoods Plan because of proximity to Bowman Field. Bowman Field is a 426-acre airport with two runways and is operated by the Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA). LRAA is the largest land owner in the planning area, will be represented on the neighborhood advisory group, and will be integral to the success of this process. However, it is important to understand that this is a plan for the communities around Bowman Field, not a plan for the airport itself. There may be new development opportunities identified for airport-owned property, but the footprint and operations of the airport are not expected to change.
This plan is expected to address multiple topics, including, but not limited to:
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The study area includes the Seneca Vista, Bowman, Park Hills, Hawthorne, and Big Spring Gardens neighborhoods, as well as the cities of Kingsley, Seneca Gardens, Strathmoor Village, and Wellington. These cities and neighborhoods will be collectively referred to as the Bowman area neighborhoods.