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City of Columbia requests public input on status update of Columbia Imagined

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

The City of Columbia's Planning and Zoning Commission, along with City staff, are currently working on a 5-year Status Report for "Columbia Imagined - The Plan for How We Live & Grow."

The status report is the City of Columbia's comprehensive land use plan that was adopted by the City Council on October 7, 2013.

The plan provides residents, appointed boards and commissions, and elected officials with guidance on land use, growth management and quality of life considerations.

The Status Report provides the City Council with an evaluation of the plan's goals and objectives, implementation efforts to-date, and present recommendations for new and evolving trends and community priorities that would be incorporated into the next full plan update anticipated to begin in early 2022.

The Status Report will also provide opportunities for renewed public engagement with community stakeholders and residents relating to the City's comprehensive planning process.

Several surveys are available on the City's website to gather your input.

Virtual public engagement sessions are also scheduled to solicit additional input from the public to develop the Status Report. If you are interested in participating in one of these sessions, please complete the registration form on the website mentioned above.

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Karl Wehmhoener

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