Goals are a basic part of a community's planning process, providing direction to those whose decisions in some way change the community.
To ensure the usefulness of goals in a community's planning process, it is essential to maintain them as distinct statements supported by policies.
Goals for Overland Park, one of four Comprehensive Plan books, contains land use goals that address design specifics, such as site and building orientation, appropriate locations for different uses, and the relationship of one use to another.
Goals for Overland Park
- 151st Street Corridor Goals
- Blue Valley Plan Urban Fringe Area Goals
- Blue Valley Study Area Goals
- Commercial Land Use Goals
- Elder Care Facilities Land Use Goals
- Hotels and Motels Land Use Goals
- Introduction Goals
- Light Industrial/Business Park Land Use Goals
- Low-Density Residential Land Use Goals
- Medium & Higher-Density Residential Land Use Goals
- Mixed-Use Land Use Goals
- Office Land Use Goals
- Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Land Use Goals
- Planned Residential Neighborhoods Land Use Goals
- Public and Semipublic Land Use Goals
- WASA Land Use Goals