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Posted on: August 2, 2019

Comprehensive Plan Update: Take the Surveys

The City of Tega Cay is updating the Comprehensive Plan in 2019 and needs your input. There are two community surveys available for residents to give feedback on preferred community characteristics and values.  The first short survey gives participants an opportunity to share their ideas on Tega Cay’s challenges and its possibilities. The second survey considers wants to add, improve and enhance pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. The information gained from the surveys will be utilized to update the 2015-2025 Comprehensive Plan, mandated in the South Carolina Planning Act. You may access the community survey at Tega Cay Community Survey.  For more information about the Community Survey, please contact Kara W. Drane, AICP at

One new feature of the Comprehensive Plan Update is the Health and Active Living element.  The purpose of this element is to provide strategies to enhance and strengthen the overall physical and social well-being of the City’s residents. Citizens regularly walk and bike to a variety of destinations along the trails in the community, known for its extraordinary beauty and quality of life. 

The City has a new interactive mapping tool to communicate your ideas and needs for walking and biking throughout the City.   Your input will be incorporated into an overall plan to provide the City with a framework for development.  This planning effort will identify current conditions, gaps, and opportunities for both pedestrians and cyclists.  The responses from this crowd sourcing tool will be critical to this effort.

The Bicycle Pedestrian Data Viewer allows users to submit biking and walking details in a variety of ways.  Users can submit preferred routes, obstacles faced throughout the City while biking or walking, and users can “like” other comments to show popularity towards routes or obstacles.  

For a more detailed breakdown of how to use the crowd sourcing application, please download our step-by-step tutorial.  Submissions for both surveys will close on Saturday, August 31, 2019.  For more information about the Bicycle Pedestrian Data Viewer, please contact Rob Jackson at

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