Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan meeting
Per State Statute, the City of Miami is preparing a series of amendments to its Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan. The City is seeking comments from the public and various stakeholders as part of this amendment process. This feedback will help City staff to construct policy that best reflects the specific experiences of the community.
The EAR is a State-mandated process intended to update the municipality’s comprehensive plan to ensure that the plan reflects current identified neighborhood issues and changes in State legislation. The Miami Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan’s (MCNP) Goals, Objectives, and Policies will be updated to reflect these changes, responding to the changing conditions in our community.
The plan affects you and the future of Miami. All City residents, property and business owners are encouraged to participate. This is your opportunity to learn more about these amendments, understand comprehensive planning and how the city is going to grow in the future.
When a comprehensive plan is in place, the community and potential residents or developers have advance knowledge of the intentions of the City. Thus, with a plan in place, a community has a better idea of how to use zoning, subdivision regulations, budgeting, capital improvements programming, and all other functions to achieve its goals and allow the area to grow or change in positive ways.
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