NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION Policy


Plano will conserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods through city programs, initiatives, and regulations that support neighborhood identity; ensure safe, walkable communities; and preserve the suburban form that contributes to the overall character and livability of the neighborhoods.


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Actions

NC1
Establish programs and initiatives that enable homeowners to maintain and enhance their properties and neighborhoods.
In Progress
NC2
Review and update the Housing Value and Retention Analysis study to compare and coordinate with the Comprehensive Plan.
In Progress
NC3
Conserve Plano’s established residential neighborhoods to maintain an inventory of entry level housing.
On Track
NC4
Develop a plan to address housing gaps identified in the Consolidated Plan and review the recommended policy options outlined in the Housing Trends Analysis and Strategic Plan to compare and coordinate with the Comprehensive Plan.
Complete
NC5
Monitor and evaluate the impacts of the Great Update Rebate program and modify to improve effectiveness over time.
In Progress
NC6
Review residential zoning to ensure housing standards allow residents to age in place, care for dependents, and meet special needs, while maintaining neighborhood integrity.
In Progress
NC7
Work with neighborhoods to identify community character within residential areas and build opportunities to enhance neighborhood identity.
In Progress
NC8
Partner with local school districts to prioritize neighborhood services and programs to make elementary schools desirable for young families.
Pending


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