What do you think about the proposed update to the General Plan?
General Plan 101
The General Plan is a citywide, long-term vision for Provo. It identifies the challenges and opportunities we expect to face in the next 10-20 years and charts a course for how our city will face them. It also clearly conveys that vision to community partners, businesses, and future city staff and elected officials.
Because the General Plan is a citywide visionary document, public input was sought at a citywide level throughout the update process. To protect the integrity of that big-picture approach, neighborhoods were not approached to conduct individual reviews of the Plan. Neighborhoods have a much larger role to play in the creation of Area and Neighborhood Plans.
There have been some updates since the last request for public input. The Provo City Council will also be reviewing the General Plan over a series of work meetings and will be taking public input at the regular Council meetings on January 18, February 1, and February 15.
Questions about the General Plan?
Join Mayor Kaufusi and Provo City staff for a question and answer (Q&A) session on January 25 from 6-7 pm. This meeting will be held on Zoom and the recording will be posted afterward on the General Plan website. NOTE: This meeting is NOT a public hearing. It is a chance to ask questions to better understand the General Plan. If you would like to give input on the General Plan, please respond to the survey here or comment at on of the public hearings.
Links to the General Plan
NOTES: The Future Land Use Map on page 35 has been corrected, but has not yet been added to the draft. The word "equity" on page 19 has been replaced with "inclusivity."
- Main General Plan Page where we post the most up-to-date drafts and supplementary materials available
- General Plan
- Appendix A (Moderate Income Housing)
- Appendix B (Community Engagement Summary)
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