Annual Reports

The purpose of an Annual Report is to monitor how the Flagstaff Regional Plan continues to reflect core community values and to evaluate how new developments have been approved in compliance with the plan. It is a "progress report" on the Regional Plan’s implementation that highlights progress made by all City departments and partnering agencies, as well as identifying and addressing barriers. To achieve this, Comprehensive Planning staff will provide the City Manager and City Council with an Annual Report of Regional Plan-related activities each year.

Objectives for an Annual Report

  1. Measure the City and County’s success in achieving plan goals and policies through metrics that indicate progress toward the region’s future vision, such as measuring on an annual basis how indicators have been achieved (see metrics below)
  2. Identify appropriate strategies to achieve priority goal and policies be pursued under the coming year’s budget
  3. Identify unlisted strategies to be pursued under the coming year’s budget
  4. Document growth trends and compare those trends to plan objectives
  5. List development actions that affect the plan’s provisions
  6. Explain difficulties in implementing the plan
  7. Review community indicators (following three pages)
  8. Review any outside agencies’ actions affecting the plan.

Regional Plan Annual Reports and Presentations