Comprehensive Plan

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What is a Comprehensive Plan?

The Comprehensive Plan is a document that guides public policy in terms of the development of transportation, utilities, land use, recreation, development and others. Having a plan provides the City with the opportunity to address issues related to growth and service provision in a proactive, coordinated manner that promotes the health, safety, and general welfare of residents. The topics in the Comprehensive Plan include Growth and Infrastructure, Mobility, Housing and Neighborhoods, Economic Development, Parks and Amenities, Land Use and Character Plan, and an Implementation Plan.


Overview

Pearland's first Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1968, and has been updated in 1978, 1988, 1993, and 1999. In 2004, limited additions were made to the Comprehensive Plan to include topics that had not been addressed before. These topics included housing, community character, mixed uses, and others. In 2010, only the Future Land Use Map was reviewed in-house with respect to vacant land and some changes were made.


Current:

2015 Comprehensive Plan 

 

Previous Comprehensive Plans:

2004 Comprehensive Plan

1999 Comprehensive Plan

1988 Comprehensive Plan

1978 Comprehensive Plan

1968 Comprehensive Plan

Helpful Links

Summary of Themes

Presentation

Future Land Use Plan - Map

 

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