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The East End Small Area Plan Project is an update to the existing East End Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization Plan approved by the Town of Easton in September 1997. At that time, the Plan was the first small area plan for the Town. Over 25 years later, it is time to reassess our progress with the existing Plan and update the Plan to reflect the area's current needs, assets, and opportunities.

The Plan’s initial objectives are four-fold:

a) establishing Dover Road as an inviting and vibrant corridor that supports innovative and resilient small businesses

b) identifying the Dover Road corridor as a neighborhood and community destination

c) providing convenient and safe access for pedestrians and bicyclists to the corridor and adjacent neighborhoods

d) building on the neighborhood’s existing, diverse population of citizens by identifying redevelopment opportunities of legacy industrial properties associated with the Rails to Trails.

The project will be a collaborative and inclusive process that will be completed within a nine-month time frame.

The updated Plan will include revisions to the original boundaries resulting in a larger geographic area. The Plan includes two primary areas of focus; the Dover Road Corridor and the legacy industrial areas associated with the former railroad. There is one property outside the boundary but included in the Plan; the site of the current Talbot County Health Department, which is scheduled to relocate to a different site in the near future.

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