How will the comprehensive plan affect how I can use my property?
Since adoption of a comprehensive plan does not create an immediate change in zoning, existing uses are not affected. In fact, even when zoning is changed, legally established uses are permitted to continue (subject to restrictions noted in the Zoning Code) even though they may not comply with zoning. The comprehensive plan is intended to provide property owners, residents, and businesses with predictability and transparency on how the city intends to grow over the next 25 years.

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1. How will the comprehensive plan affect how I can use my property?
2. How will the new comprehensive plan be developed?
3. What are the legal aspects of a comprehensive plan (in other words – does the plan have any legal teeth)?
4. How is the Comprehensive Plan different from the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) or a Planned Unit Development (PUD)?
5. How will the comprehensive plan be used?
6. Why does the City need a Comprehensive Plan?
7. What are the goals of the Comprehensive Plan?