The Phase One Economic Development Plan (Phase One) initiative, is a result of the 2012/2014 Master Land Use Plan and supported by Town Meeting in 2016. The intent of Phase One is to collect data and information, to understand a strategic economic plan for Framingham, provide direction for future land uses, while providing guidance for future economic development.

Phase One is a partnering effort with the Traffic Master Plan currently under development by the Department of Public Works (DPW).

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Learn more about Phase One

To learn more about Phase One, to find important documentation, or review reports please click on the Economic Development Plan logo to the left.

Important Dates to Remember 

- Wednesday, April 4, 2018: Kick-off Meeting which will be held at 7:00pm in Nevins Hall.

Who is Working on Phase One?

Phase One is a collaborative effort and partnership between the Mayor, Municipal Departments, the Planning Board, local and regional stakeholders, RKG Associates, and the community. 

  • Municipal Staff Working Group: the Mayor, Division of Community & Economic Development, Planning Board, Chief of Administration and Finance, Public Information Officer. 
  • RKG Associates, Inc. (RKG), a company with extensive experience and expertise with respect to municipal strategic planning, market research, and land use practices.
  • Boards and Committees of Interest: City Council, EDIC, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals.
  • Phase One Working Group: Large and Small Businesses, Commercial Brokers, Land Owners, Citizens At-Large, Chamber of Commerce. 
  • Stakeholders: Framingham Community, Large and Small Businesses, Commercial Brokers, Land Owners, etc.

Contact Us

Though July, there will be several public meetings, opportunities for community data gathering, open houses, and other events to allow the public to stay informed and involved in Phase One. Although, Phase One is data and information intensive, Framingham still wants to keep the public involved in happenings in community. 

Please feel free to contact the Planning Board office via phone (508) 532- 5450, via email, or by stopping by the Planning Board Office with any points, questions, comments, statements, or concerns that may arise. 

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