Comprehensive Plan Adopted by City Council

The McLendon-Chisholm City Council adopted the 2021-2040 Comprehensive Plan at the September 29 City Council meeting.

The Comprehensive Plan was created by the community utilizing relevant information from the previous Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2016, feedback from multiple sources including an online community survey and in-person community forum, and the direction provided by the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC).

“The Comprehensive Plan is a very important best practice tool that captures the vision of what the community wants to be in the future and defines how we get there,” said Mayor Keith Short. “We thank everyone involved in this effort, including the volunteers who served on the CPAC, our citizens and city staff.”

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A Comprehensive Plan, also known as a general plan, master plan or land use plan, is a document designed to guide the future actions of a city. The comprehensive plan presents a vision for the future with long-range goals and objectives for all activities that affect the local government.

The citizens appointed by the City Council that guided the process as members of the CPAC included:

  • Mark Kipphut, Chairman
  • Michael Davis
  • Stephen Doll
  • Chris Dorward
  • Frances Egan
  • Rebecca Freeze
  • Christian Giadolor
  • Bob Hermann
  • Shari London
  • Ashley Maxfield
  • Gary Nickel
  • Beverly Stibbens

You can download the adopted 2021-2040 Comprehensive Plan here.