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Comprehensive Plan Workshops Held in March and April
The City of Tacoma’s Planning and Development Services Department is holding a series of community workshops for the Tacoma Comprehensive Plan update, Tacoma 2040. This plan will serve as a blueprint that is intended to reflect the community's aspirations for the next twenty-five years. The Comprehensive Plan establishes City policy on numerous topics including land use, neighborhoods, housing, transportation, arts and cultural resources, historic preservation, recreation and open space, downtown,and the environment.
These workshops will be held from 6–8 p.m. in each of the five council districts, and will provide a forum for residents to share what they value in their community and to provide guidance to City staff on how to continue to improve the quality of Tacoma’s neighborhoods.
Council District 4: Monday, March 30, at Lincoln High School (701 S. 37th St.)
Council District 1: Thursday, April 2,at Truman Middle School (5801 N. 35th St.)
Council District 5: Thursday, April 9,at Gray Middle School (6229 S. Tyler St.)
Council District 2: Thursday, April 16,at Stadium High School (111 N. E St.)
Council District 3: Thursday, April 23,at Tacoma Nature Center (1919 S. Tyler St.)
Tacoma’s Comprehensive Plan update is related to many other City and regional planning efforts, building on the goals of the Citywide Strategic Plan and Vision, Tacoma 2025. City staff will also be on hand at these workshops to take comment on the draft Transportation Master Plan.
Contact Associate Planner Stephen Atkinson with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 591-5531 or visit, Tacoma2040.com for more information.