ABOUT THE DRAFT PLAN
After over a year and a half of discussions, the City of Plano Comprehensive Plan Review Committee (CPRC) and Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) invite you to review the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan 2021 and share your feedback. Much of this new Plan may look familiar, as many aspects of the previous Comprehensive Plan remain largely unchanged, such as those related to the environment, social services, and the economy. However, significant changes are proposed to many of the most impactful parts of the Plan and new content was created in areas related to Land Use, Density, Transportation, and Growth Management. All recommendations from the CPRC and P&Z are included in this web-based, interactive Plan, which allows you to review major changes and browse related content.
Unique features of the plan
How Will the Plan be Used?
The Comprehensive Plan will be used every day by a variety of stakeholders to make important decisions about how to invest in the community and enhance the quality of life in Plano. For example, residents can use the Plan to see how the city intends to guide growth and redevelopment in ways that meet their needs and aspirations; land owners can use the Plan when considering improvements to their property; businesses can use the Plan when deciding to reinvest or relocate to Plano; and the Plano City Council, Planning & Zoning Commission, and city staff can use the Plan to make decisions about development proposals and where to best invest city resources to achieve the community’s vision for the future. More specifically, the Plan is used by local officials in three primary ways:
New city services, programs, and projects, such as The Great Update Rebate program, are often started in order to implement specific action statements of the Comprehensive Plan.
Projects in the Community Investment Program (CIP), such as new city facilities and infrastructure improvements, are reviewed annually for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan.
All zoning change requests, along with updates to the Zoning Ordinance and other development regulations, are reviewed for conformance with the Comprehensive Plan.
Learn about what components of the new Plan are carried over from the previous Comprehensive Plan