The City of Houston Comprehensive Plan was adopted by the City of Houston City Council on September 8, 2016 and the Mat-Su Borough Assembly on February 21, 2017. The Comprehensive Plan is available below:
City of Houston Comprehensive Plan_Final Web
Please note that this document has been downsized for web viewing. Appendices to the Comprehensive Plan can be found on the Documents Page, or you may contact the City of Houston with questions.
Thank you for your participation throughout the plan development process and your continued interest in the City of Houston.
On November 7th, 2016 the MSB Planning Commission unanimously recommended Assembly approval of the City of Houston Comprehensive Plan.
The City of Houston Comprehensive Plan will be before the MSB Assembly for a public hearing on February 21st.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 6:00 PM
WHERE: Borough Assembly Chambers
350 E. Dahlia Avenue, Palmer
The City of Houston Comprehensive Plan was introduced to the Mat-Su Borough Planning Commission on Monday, October 17th, 2016. You may view the Oct 17th Agenda here and the full Oct. 17th Planning Commission Packet here.
The MSB Planning Commission Public Hearing for the Houston Comprehensive Plan was held on November 7th, 2016
WHEN: Monday, November 7th at 6 PM
WHERE: Borough Assembly Chambers
350 E. Dahlia Avenue, Palmer
The November 7th public hearing resulted in the MSB Planning Commission unanimously recommending the City of Houston Comprehensive Plan for approval by the MSB Assembly.
The City of Houston Comprehensive Plan Revision went before the Houston Planning and Zoning Commission and was approved on June 23rd, 2016. View the resolution here: COH PZC Resolution No 16-PC-07
On September 8th, 2016 the City Council adopted Ordinance 16-22 repealing the 1999 City of Houston Comprehensive Plan, as amended in 2003 and adopting the 2016 City of Houston Comprehensive Plan. View the Adopting Ordinance here: Ordinance 16-22 Adopting the 2016 City of Houston Comprehensive Plan
The City of Houston Comprehensive Plan will be introduced to the Mat-Su Borough Planning Commission on October 17th, 2016. The MSB Planning Commission Public Hearing will be on November 7th, 2016.
The City of Houston’s Comprehensive Plan Revision, Public Hearing Draft is available for review. On Thursday, June 30th, 2016 starting at 7 PM the Houston Planning Commission will introduce and discuss the draft. Please submit your comments on the Public Hearing Draft on our Comments page, or contact a member of the project team.
City of Houston Comprehensive Plan_Public Hearing Draft June 2016
Mark your calendars to join us at the Open House to review the Draft Comprehensive Plan for the City of Houston in May, 2016. This 20-year plan reflects the community’s core values and future needs while providing a framework for development in the City of Houston through 2035. We appreciate your interest and encourage your feedback on the Draft Comprehensive Plan Revision.
Thursday, May 5th, 2016
5:00PM – 7:00 PM
Houston Fire Station
13965 W Armstrong Road, Houston, 996954
You can view the Draft City of Houston Comprehensive Plan Revision 5-4-2016 here. For the full report, including appendices, please see the Documents page.
Please provide your comments and feedback on the Comment page or by contacting a member of the project team.
For more information, please contact Project Manger:
Van Le, AICP, R&M Consultatns,Inc.
The City of Houston Community Impact Assessment DRAFT Report is now available for public review. The full report and appendices can be found on the Documents page.
The Community Impact Assessment (CIA) will help inform the current City of Houston Comprehensive Plan revision effort by analyzing potential impacts major transportation projects may have on the City of Houston and its quality of life. The evaluation will allow the city and its residents to prepare for positive impacts and mitigate any negative potential impacts and assist Houston in maintaining its unique community character.
The transportation projects assessed in the CIA include the Parks Highway Milepost 44-52 Upgrade, the ARRC Port MacKenzie Rail Extension, and a conceptual Port MacKenzie to Parks Highway Roadway Corridor, as proposed in the adopted 1982 City of Houston Comprehensive Plan.
We appreciate your interest in the CIA and Comprehensive Plan Update process and value your comments on this Draft Report. Please contact a member of the project team if you have any questions.
Welcome to the City of Houston’s Community Impact Assessment and Comprehensive Plan Revision page.
Thank you for attending the second Open House
The second Open House focused on the Community Impact Assessment. Thank you for joining us to identify and analyze the impacts upcoming projects may create for the City of Houston. The information gathered at the Open House will be incorporated into the CIA which will be used to help inform the Comprehensive Plan Revision currently underway.
The Household Opinion Survey Report is now available.
We are in the process of updating our Comprehensive Plan and Community Impact Assessment. As part of that process, we contracted with the McDowell Group, an Alaska research firm, to conduct the survey of Houston property owners and residents.
The purpose of the survey was to gather your opinions about the city’s priorities for the next 20 years.
If you wish to review the Survey Report you can find it here: City of Houston Household Opinion Survey Report
All comments that were submitted as part of the survey have been recorded and are available by request. If you would like to review the comments submitted with the Opinion Survey please contact Van Le at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 907.646.9659
Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey, you are helping to make a difference for your community.
Thank you for attending the Future’s Workshop
A summary of the materials created at the Future’s Workshop, held on September 18th, is available on our Public Involvement Page
If you missed the Open House, you can still help plan for Houston’s future. Tell us what you want Houston look like in the next 20 years! Leave us a comment
For more information contact Project Manager Van Le, AICP at 907.646.9659 or email@example.com