LandWatch strives to engage in the meaningful activities of our local and regional government through public participation, public policy, and a commitment to investing in our region's future. Learn more about how we get this done below.
- Five Principles of Sound Land Use Policy
LandWatch focuses its policy work on regional issues like housing, agriculture, and infrastructure through action at the public policy level.
- Using Our Land Wisely
Land is our County's most valuable resource, that's why LandWatch commits its work for the public interest through a handful of policy objectives.
- Factors Governing LandWatch Participation in Planning Matters
LandWatch believes good planning balances the use of land efficiently, supports and strengthens existing neighborhoods, directs new development to the city center and preserves farmlands and natural resources.