Communities can be as small as a neighborhood, or as big as an Urban Growth Area. They’re places where people live in close proximity, and where they find a variety of amenities. Most of our jobs are located here, and many of our retail and commercial uses.
Corridors are linear places (on land or water) that serve as a pathway for people or even as a link between plant and animal habitats. Examples include trails, roads, railroads, and streams.
Landscapes are large-scale places where interaction between people and the land has created an area with distinct natural, historic, and cultural character.