Site Update 10-14-11
CompPlan 2030 updated to reflect amendments adopted by Planning Commission.
Site Update 10-5-11
CompPlan 2030 adopted by City Council.
CompPlan 2030 was adopted by the City Council at its regular meeting on Tuesday, October 4, 2011.
The Interactive Land Use Map is available by clicking on the image below. Comment submissions through the viewer are now closed.
The City of Auburn invites you to share your ideas for Auburn's future in a series of public meetings designed to give citizens a voice in the development of a new comprehensive plan for the City of Auburn.
CompPlan 2030 is being developed to further the City of Auburn's mission to provide economical delivery of quality services, created and designed in response to the needs of its citizens, rather than by habit or tradition. The City of Auburn Planning Department seeks to accomplish this mission by encouraging that growth be well planned and managed, so that the result is an attractive and sustainable built environment where natural resources are protected and conserved.
CompPlan 2030 will focus on how we use the land, now and in the future; how land use and the built environment affect the natural world, and vice-versa; schools, parks, and other facilities that form the civic foundation of the City; and the many forms of transportation that link everything together. The plan will provide guidance for the future based on public input, analysis of existing and future conditions, and best practices. The plan will ultimately be considered for approval by the Auburn City Council as a policy document of the City.
As part of Auburn's open government process, citizens are encouraged to participate in the CompPlan 2030 and help determine the future of the Loveliest Village on the Plains. For more information, including the latest news, announcements, and information on the public meetings, please watch this site for updates, or contact Justin Steinmann in the City of Auburn Planning Department at 334.501.3045.