Comprehensive Plan Process
The Impact Jasper Comprehensive Plan began in June of 2018 and will be developed over the course of 14 months. The final plan will examine future possibilities and establish a defined direction or vision for the community. When adopted, it serves as the official roadmap guiding development and growth in Jasper. The plan will document existing conditions and develop recommendations for a series of topics, including land use, utilities & infrastructure, economic development and quality of life issues. The plan will also prioritize recommendations and provide a series of action steps for implementation. Community engagement is an important part of the plan, with many opportunities for groups to provide feedback throughout the duration of the plan development.
SHARE YOUR IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE – WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH
PARTICIPATE IN JASPER’S FUTURE AT STRASSENFEST – THURSDAY, AUGUST 2ND
While the steering committee has held their first of five meetings throughout the process and the consultant team has begun to gather base information, the public kick-off of the plan will begin on Thursday, August 2nd at Strassenfest. The City will be hosting a booth where residents and attendees can learn more about the plan, gather information about how to get involved and stay updated, and even provide initial input through various visioning exercises.
Residents of all ages, business owners, property owners, and other interested parties are invited to stop by the booth at Strassenfest. You can stop by for as little as fifteen minutes or stay the entire evening!
This kick-off event will be one of many opportunities to stay involved and connected through the development of the Impact Jasper Comprehensive Plan. Future opportunities will include a survey, interactive informational display, public workshops and more. Be sure to stop by the Impact Jasper Comprehensive Plan Booth at Strassenfest to learn more!
If you would like more information about the update of Impact Jasper Comprehensive Plan, please contact Darla Blazey (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 812-482-4255.