The Comprehensive Plan is the document that sets the context for future growth and development. Required by state statutes that specify its overall content and structure, the Comprehensive Plan consists of a series of interrelated chapters, or elements, analyzing the community's future land use, transportation, parks and recreation, and other infrastructure and environmental issues, needs, challenges, and opportunities.
The Comprehensive Plan is important because it sets the overall policy context for future growth and development. The Comprehensive Plan will address growth pressures in the city, future public facilities and services needs, preservation of community character and natural resources, urban design and architectural standards, the fiscal impacts and responsibilities of new development, and other important issues affecting the quality of life and character of the city.
To view the City of Corbin, Comprehensive Plan click here: Comprehensive Plan 2006 Revised August, 2008.