Number of High Priority Neighborhood Plans Competed

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Goal: The goal of this indicator is to increase the number and extent of high priority neighborhoods with adopted neighborhoodA geographic sub0area within the city that contains but is not limited to residential land uses. The extent of a neighborhood is variable and may be defined by tradition, organizational boundaries, the period of building and development, or subdivision patterns. Neighborhood boundaries may include such features as major streets or other physical elements. plans.

High quality, targeted, responsive and representative neighborhood planning is acknowledged as essential to the success of PlanCOS because these plans provide the level of area-specific attention necessary to effectively apply the broad principles the Plan to the individual and unique neighborhoods throughout the city. Rather than keep track of how much of the city has an associated land use master planA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a generalized transportation system, and the relationship of the area included in the plan to surrounding property., the recommended indicator is the level of progress being made on plans for only those neighborhoods identified through a community and city leadership process.

Table: Number of High Priority Neighborhood Plans Completed

  2015 2016 2017 2018
New Neighborhood Plans 1   1 1

Source: Colorado Springs Planning Department