The Greater Hill District Master Plan defines the vision for future growth and regeneration of the neighborhood. The plan expresses the community's aspirations for an improved quality of life and defines goals for new investment and development. It informs prospective investors and developers about the community's priorities for new residential, commercial, cultural, and civic development in the Hill and directs them to new community-supported development opportunities that exist throughout the Hill. The master plan provides the community with a framework to direct public, private, and institutional resources in supporting new projects in the Hill. To that end, the Hill CDC is involved in numerous committees and task forces to create and implement city-wide policies. Our policy work aims to create sustainable strategies for the long term goals of the Greater Hill District Master Plan for the benefit of Hill District residents.
The Hill Community Development Corporation has been working with Hill District partners since 1987 to coordinate future development towards the revitalization and regeneration of the Hill District community. In 2011, the neighborhood collectively completed the Greater Hill District Master Plan. In the Greater Hill District Master Plan, initiatives were established to make the Hill District a green and well-designed community, ensuring a sustainable and high-quality design for green connections, recreational spaces, and open spaces for its residents.