Department of Planning and Economic Development
The Department of Planning and Economic Development is the lead agency responsible for all phases of planning in the city of Brockton and assists the Mayor and the City Council with public policy information and analysis. The office performs demographic studies, analysis and preparation of plans, and implementing actions including, but not limited to: the comprehensive plan, zoning ordinance review, fair housing plan, the five-year recreation/conservation/open space plan, small area and neighborhood plans, land use plan, transportation, and economic development.
40Q – Downtown Brockton District Improvement Financing (DIF) Plan
Recent and ongoing private investment underway in Downtown Brockton affords a unique, near-term opportunity to leverage that private investment to secure and optimize improvements to public infrastructure. Specifically, establishment of a DIF District offers potential benefits to secure improvements with future incremental new revenue.
Notice of Public Hearing
Pending Council Order
Planning Board Documents
Site plans and other information for Planning Board agenda items (past, present and future) are located here (in PDF form).
Planning Board Items