Community briefing on GU campus plan

Information submitted by Robin Morey, GU VP for Planning and Facilities Management, and Christopher Murphy, VP for Government Relations and Community Engagement

Georgetown University, in partnership with the Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG), the Burleith Citizens Association (BCA), the Foxhall Community Citizens Association (FCCA), Advisory Neighborhood Commissions 2E and 3E, and the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA), invites you to a briefing on a framework for Georgetown University’s 2017 Campus Plan on June 6 from 6:30–8 pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church (3240 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007).

As a reminder, campus plans are the District of Columbia's formal structure for universities in residential areas to forecast their anticipated enrollment and development plans and outline their strategies and commitments for being a good neighbor. The University, working through the Georgetown Community Partnership (GCP)—a forum for consensus-based decision-making among University, student and community leaders—has developed the framework for a 20-year consensus Campus Plan, which we anticipate finalizing over the summer and submitting to the District government as early as September of 2016.

At the June 6 briefing, we will open a 30-day public comment period about the plan. We will follow up with information about how you can share your views.