Cultural & Heritage Commission Long-Range Plan: 2007-2012 – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
Cultural & Heritage Commission Long-Range Plan: 2002-2006 – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
Cultural & Heritage Commission Long-Range Plan: 1995-2001 – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
In November 2006 Nancy Moses, a specialist in cultural planning and author of the Cumberland County, New Jersey Cultural Plan, was retained to develop an Organizational Long-Range Plan extending over five years. The planning process not only assessed the Commission’s operations and impact, but set exemplary standards to guide its future and establish rubrics to measure progress.
Cultural & Heritage Commission 2012 Annual Report – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
Cultural & Heritage Commission 2011 Annual Report – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
Starting in 2011, the Commission released a report of its calendar-year activities both to promote its numerous programs and initiatives and to assess its effectiveness in serving the cultural communities of Cumberland County.
Cumberland County Cultural Plan – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
In August of 2004, the South Jersey Economic Development District, in cooperation with the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission, retained Nancy Moses, Planning & Development Consultant and Dr. Thomas A. Reiner to develop a Cultural Plan for the County. Its primary goal is to use cultural and heritage resources to strengthen the County’s economic base, providing jobs for current residents, attracting new ones, and adding new enterprises. Secondary goals are to improve the quality of life for all those in the County, and to build the capacity of the cultural/heritage sector. This Plan will guide the Cultural & Heritage Commission’s work program over the coming months and years, and implementation of the recommendations contained therein is considered a high priority.
ADA Plan 2010-2013 – DOWNLOAD PDF HERE!
The Commission’s Americans with Disabilities Act Plan sets the standards and procedures the Commission maintains to ensure that its programming and facilities are accessible to the widest possible audience. This plan has received an “Excellent” rating from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Updated every three years, the Commission encourages the use of this plan as a template for cultural and heritage organizations who have set barrier-free access in all its definitions as a significant goal.