In March 2002, the community’s application requesting Planning Department assistance
to develop the Huebner/Leon Creeks Community Plan was selected for implementation.
The planning process began in June 2002.
A community plan is a blueprint to help neighborhoods go from today’s reality towards future goals.
Ideas are gathered from all community partners — residents, churches, businesses, schools,
developers, investors, neighborhood associations, nonprofits and other groups — to :
Identify problems to address as well as strengths to be improved,
The plan is created through a series of public meetings held over several months.
These meetings give everyone an opportunity to be heard. The first meetings in
the process of creating the Huebner/Leon Creeks Community Plan were held in July.
Check the Calendar for information on upcoming events. New participants are always welcomed.
Develop strategies to reach the goals.
Community plans are comprehensive—addressing housing, transportation, economic development,
community facilities and land use. All community partners work together to draft the plan.
Once complete, the plan will be presented to the Planning Commission and City Council for
After approval, the plan is used as a guide for city decision making. Adopted plans
do not include a specific financial commitment by the City. After approval, plan participants
then begin the work of implementation.