NCC2050 Winter Forum (Virtual)

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Log on to learn more about New Castle County's Comprehensive Plan - NCC2050!

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Please join us online from 6pm-7:30pm to hear a presentation about key recommendations in the draft NCC2050 plan. Following the presentation, we will have an open question and answer/comment session.

Prior to the event, please take a moment to review the NCC2050 Executive Overview by clicking here. Also, please review the NCC2050 Comprehensive Plan overview video by clicking here.

Visit the NCC@2050 Website for more information on past events and to review published documents and reports.

Feel free to send any comments or questions to

Once registered, you will receive an email from the New Castle County Department of Land Use containing the Zoom link. This email will arrive a few days prior to the event.


A similar version of this virtual Winter Forum will also be held in person on December 9, 2021. Click here to register for the in person Winter Forum event.

If you decide to attend the in person event on December 9 please note: Per County policy, all employees and visitors in County facilities must wear masks, regardless of vaccination status. Further, effective July 14, 2021, at the entrance of each County facility there shall be a poster advising employees and visitors to remain out of the facility if: (1) they have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, (2) they are experiencing symptoms known to be related to COVID-19, or (3) they were recently exposed to someone known to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Only 50 persons may enter the Gilliam Building Multi Purpose Conference Room at a time. Attendees may be asked to rotate in and out of the event space to ensure all attendees are able to participate.

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Organizer New Castle County Department of Land Use

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The Department of Land Use is committed to promoting responsible development throughout New Castle County that is consistent, environmentally-sustainable, and meets the present and future needs of our residents. The Department accomplishes this by regulating planning for all new and existing development in unincorporated New Castle County, fairly enforcing laws governing building codes, zoning codes and property maintenance, and by preserving our unique heritage while simultaneously charting a course for the future.

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