Urbana Comprehensive Plan


The 2005 Comprehensive Plan was completed and adopted in the spring of 2005, replacing the former Comprehensive Plan which dated to 1982. The Comprehensive Plan provides goals and objectives by which land use, neighborhood preservation, economic development, transportation, social, environmental and quality of life decisions are made within the City and properties within 1-1/2 miles of the City limits.

The Comprehensive Plan Update process began in early 2001 with the formation of a Steering Committee comprised of 15 stakeholders in the community who have guided the City through the process with the support of the planning staff of the City of Urbana. Throughout the process, several reports were drafted. The Committee completed their work on February 17, 2005 by recommending approval of the draft plan to the Urbana Plan Commission for their meeting on March 10, 2005. The Plan Commission reviewed the plan and received public input over the course of several meetings before recommending approval to the Urbana City Council. On April 11, 2005 the City Council formally adopted the Comprehensive Plan.

Since initial adoption, there have been several amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. Click here for information about these amendments.

Future Land Use Maps are available in PDF form will full notations, or as an interactive web map without any notations.

Click here for Future Land Use Maps PDFs with full notations.

Click here for the interactive Future Land Use map.

To receive a free copy of the plan in pdf format on a CD, please contact the City of Urbana Planning Division at 384-2440. Print copies are also available at the City Clerk's office for $35 each. 


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