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Flagstaff Regional Plan 2012
The Regional Plan is your plan for our town.
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The Flagstaff Regional Plan is a development and preservation guide for the City and its surrounding region. The Citizens Advisory Committee and the Core Planning Team have carefully analyzed each element and develop goals based upon public input and research.

These goals and policies for all of the elements will be formally adopted in 2013 by the Coconino County Board of Supervisors and Flagstaff City Council before being ratified by the voters in 2014. 

Vision
The Greater Flagstaff community embraces the region’s extraordinary cultural and ecological setting on the Colorado Plateau through active stewardship of the natural and built environments. Residents and visitors encourage and advance intellectual, environmental, social and economic vitality for today’s citizens and future generations.

Vision and Guiding Principles ppt. (March 2010)

Guiding Principles
  1. Embrace Sustainability
  2. Nurture healthy ecosystems
  3. Pursue smart growth through quality development
  4. Promote a resilient, year-round economy
  5. Preserve unique sense of place and community
  6. Social equity and opportunity
  7. Expect an accountable and responsible community
  8. Partnerships

The Regional Plan - DRAFTS in Progress:

Note: DRAFT I (Preliminary draft with notes sent to editor);  DRAFT II (track changes draft from Editor);  DRAFT III (Clean copy with Editor's changes)


Upcoming Events
  • The next CAC meeting  is scheduled for October 18th (3:30 - 6:00 p.m.)  at the Aquaplex Meeting Room, 1702 N. Fourth St.  It is an open public meeting.
  • The DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS will inform and help develop Land Use, Growth Areas, Circulation and Economic Development.
  • The Regional Plan Steering Committee will meet Monday, October 22nd, in Staff Conference Room, City Hall - 211 W Aspen Avenue

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Current Regional Plan (2001) and Maps