Plano’s history of comprehensive planning began with the adoption of the city’s first comprehensive plan in 1963. That plan was utilized for over two decades to shape development patterns in the community. The 1986 comprehensive plan, which succeeded the city’s first comprehensive plan, is provided below both in its original form and as it has been amended over the past three decades. The city’s current comprehensive plan, the Plano Tomorrow Plan, was adopted by the City Council on October 12, 2015 and provides a 20-30 year vision that will guide Plano’s continued evolution and maturation as a community.
|Introduction||Bicycle Transportation||Land Use|
|Land Use||Rezoning to Meet Demand||Thoroughfare Plan and Cross Sections|
|Transportation||Housing Density Policy Statement||Bicycle|
|Urban Design||Infill Housing Policy Statement||Parks|
|Housing||Mixed Use Policy Statement||Education|
|Public Services and Facilities|
|Parks and Recreation|
Please note original plan elements as provided in the chart below have been updated and modified since 1986. Please see links in the previous Comprehensive Plan chart above for updated plan elements.
|Resolution No 86-11-22 (R)||Urban Design Element||Education Element||Appendices|
|Introduction||Housing Element||Parks and Recreation Element||Future Land Use Plan|
|Land Use Element||Economic Development Element||Utilities Element||Thoroughfare Plan|
|Transportation Element||Public Services and Facilities Element||Design Studies Element|