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City Council to consider adoption of new Master Plan

Post Date:11/06/2017 12:18 PM
At a Special Meeting of the Reno City Council on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 10 a.m., Council will consider adoption of the new City of Reno Master Plan, created through the ReImagine Reno process, and repeal of the existing plan.

This is the next step in the adoption process, following the Reno Planning Commission’s vote and recommendation to move forward with the new plan. During the Planning Commission’s hearing on October 18, 2017, the commissioners discussed revisions related to several policy issues, including level of service targets, growth management, annexation, closed basin flood management and several others.

The revisions that emerged from the Planning Commission hearing are shown in the latest draft of the updated Master Plan, which is the version Council will consider this week. The public is invited to provide input at the November 8 hearing, as this represents the next major milestone toward formally putting the policies and implementation strategies of updated Master Plan in place.

The City of Reno has also released an updated summary of the new Master Plan. This document provides an overview of each chapter in the updated Master Plan and is meant to highlight key policies and priority initiatives.

The Regular Meeting of the Reno City Council is scheduled to begin at noon (12 p.m.) on Wednesday, November 8, 2017.
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