The Planning Department leads various strategic planning initiatives for the City of Wildwood. Select one of the projects below to find out more:
Economic Development Initiative
For information regarding the Economic Development Initiative visit the Economic Development Task Force page
Route 66 Revitalization Initiative
The goal of this initiative is to invest in the City's history and heritage along its Historic Route 66 Corridor in order to grow small, local businesses and build community. Learn more about it here.
Great Streets Initiative
For information regarding the Great Streets Initiative visit: East West Gateway Opens in New Window
Wildwood City Hall
The new City Hall facility was constructed to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) principals. For information and brochure regarding this effort, New City Hall page.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
The City, with the assistance from the U.S. Green Building Council-Gateway Chapter, has developed a Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory, This inventory was completed by Johanna Schweiss (formerly Johanna Ofner), an intern with the U.S. Green Building Council and Department of Planning staff . The links below provide information regarding this inventory.
Pollution Reduction Plan
The City, with the assistance from the U. S. Green Building Council-Gateway Chapter, has completed a draft report on a number of initiatives the City and its residents can implement to reduce the extent of use of current certain energy resources, which, in turn, decreases the extent of pollution associated with their combustion, conversion, or manufacture. This inventory was completed by Johanna Schweiss (formerly Johanna Ofner), an intern with the U.S. Green Building Council and Department of Planning staff . This Pollution Reduction Plan has not been formally presented to the City Council and is still under consideration and review by the Planning/Economic Development/Parks Committee. Further discussions are planned on this item in the future. links below provide information regarding this plan.