Survey open to gather opinions for Comprehensive Plan
The City of Prairie Village will held two community visioning workshops in September as part of the City’s efforts to update Village Vision – the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
In the Fall of 2018, the City Council authorized city staff and the Planning Commission to begin working to update Village Vision – the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The original Village Vision was adopted in 2007 and contains recommendations on issues ranging from redevelopment, to land use, to parks. Many of the goals and implementation strategies outlined in the original Village Vision Plan have since been accomplished, so the City felt it was time to refresh the City’s goals and envision what we would like the City to accomplish over the next twenty years.
The first step in this process was for the City to look at our existing data and refresh our community profile to gain a better understanding of our current strengths and weaknesses that exist today. View the updated community profile.
Throughout 2019, the Planning Commission and City Staff have been using this updated community profile to refresh the City’s vision and goals. View the proposed goals. In September of 2019, residents had the opportunity to weigh in and provide input on those efforts as we work to further finalize the new vision and goals for the City. Next, the City will begin working on implementation strategies to meet the goals that were set by staff, the Planning Commission, our residents, and our elected officials. Residents will also have an opportunity to weigh in on the implementation strategies before Village Vision 2.0 is finalized.
If you were unable to attend one of the community visioning workshops but would like to share your vision for the future of Prairie Village please take a quick survey.
For questions, please contact Jamie Robichaud, Deputy City Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-385-4601.