A new summary document is available, giving a listing of each of the chapters' vision statements, their goals, and the policies under those goals. This Reference Tool is a PDF, with clickable links to each goal and policy, similar to a website. This document is summary in nature and does not include the discussions, introductions, or background information provided in Shaping Spokane. This tool provides a "quick reference" to allow the public and reviewers to consider each goal and policy with minimum effort. If more detail is needed, please refer to the respective chapters of Shaping Spokane (available below).
The full and complete draft of Shaping Spokane (the 2017 Update to the City's Comprehensive Plan) has been assembled and made available for download. It has taken the hard work of many throughout the City to get this draft ready for the final approval process. As such, City staff would like to thank the many members of the public who have contributed their time to Policy Focus Groups during preparation of the document, and those who have commented thus far on the individual chapters as they have been made available. Likewise, City staff would like to thank the City Council and Plan Commission for their many hours of hard work providing input on this document as it has been developed.
All of the comments received prior to February 8 are available in the Comment Matrix, which provides a summary response to each comment received, as well as noting what, if any changes, were incorporated in the hearing draft. Any comments received after February 8 will be summarized similarly as an attachment to Appendix I of Shaping Spokane.
There are essentially two versions of Shaping Spokane found below – the formatted version and the tracked changes version. The formatted version shows all text and graphics as it would appear if the updated document were adopted today. The tracked changes version shows the text of the currently adopted Comprehensive Plan with any deleted text shown in
strikethrough and any new text shown in underline. Also included in the tracked changes version are red text boxes with general information pertaining to any major changes that were made. In a new feature, any text that has been moved within the document is now shown in green. For both versions, a "complete" document is available for download as well as each individual chapter. Likewise, each appendix of Shaping Spokane is available for download below.
Planning & Development
Jo Anne Wright
Planning & Development