Jamestown Bypass

Last Updated: 11/18/2020

The Jamestown Bypass is a roadway project that has been in transportation plans for more than 30 years. Currently under construction, it is proposed to open in 2022. The purpose of the new roadway is to enhance connectivity from High Point to Greensboro by connecting I-74 and I-73. The project will provide a multi-lane (ranging from 4-6 lanes), median divided roadway with mostly controlled access. The section of the new roadway that is within High Point’s planning area is approximately 2 miles long. Because this road is on a new alignment, new areas will be opened for potential development and redevelopment. Due to these changes, the City of High Point has conducted a land use assessment of a 1.4 square mile area along the Greensboro Road and Jamestown Bypass corridors from Montlieu Avenue in High Point to the Jamestown town limits at the Deep River. Please review the Jamestown Bypass Assessment project documents below. 

Jamestown Bypass Study Area

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Project Documents

DocumentDate
Jamestown Land Use Assessment Document (PDF)November 2, 2020
Jamestown Map 1 - Land Use Plan (PDF)November 2, 2020
Jamestown Map 2 - Zoning (PDF)November 2, 2020
Jamestown Map 3 - Watershed (PDF)November 2, 2020
Jamestown Map 4 -  Land Use Recommendations (PDF)November 2, 2020
Jamestown Map 5 -  Land Use Plan Amendments (PDF)November 2, 2020
Land Use Assessment Presentation - City Council (PPT)October 5, 2020

If you have any questions, please contact the Planning and Development Department at 336-883-3328.