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MISSION:

Working with citizens to develop and implement the community's vision of the future by providing professional planning services and information. 


Planning News & Updates:

  • 2014 Statistics - 2nd Quarter are now available. 

  •  New Old Spanish Trail Plan
    • The Old Spanish Trail Plan was adopted by the Mesa County Planning Commission on July 24, 2014
    • The Plan replaces the Gunnison River Bluffs Public Use Plan (Land Use and Development Policy, adopted 1995), which was sunset.
    • Previously referred to as the Sister Trails Master Plan - The Old Spanish Trail & Gunnison River Bluffs
     
  •  UPDATED  MESA DESIGN STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES UPDATE
    •  Community Meeting #4 Tuesday, August 5, 2014, 6:30 p.m., Mesa Community Center, 48973 KE Road, Mesa
    • Join us for the fourth in a series of community workshops to discuss:
      • Village of Mesa Overlay District 
        • DRAFT Development Standards and Design Guidelines & Standards are now available.  We encourage you to review these in advance and bring your questions and comments to the meeting.
  •  New  GLADE PARK PLAN UPDATE
    • Thank you to everyone who participated in the June 16, 2014 community meeting.  Your input is appreciated. 
    • The draft Glade Park Plan will be available in late summer/early fall.  Check back for more information.
     
  • Non-Motorized Transportation Policy Adopted by Board of County Commissioners (April 7 2014)

  • ORCHARD MESA NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN
    • The Mesa County Planning Commission adopted the Orchard Mesa Neighborhood Plan on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
    • The Orchard Mesa Plan is a joint effort between the City of Grand Junction and Mesa County in developing the long range vision for the Orchard Mesa neighborhood. The Plan builds upon the 2010 Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan, adopted by Grand Junction and Mesa County.  The Comprehensive Plan includes the western portion of Orchard Mesa.  The 1995 Orchard Mesa Neighborhood Plan (revised in 2000) was sunset with the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, so it is no longer in effect.  The new Orchard Mesa Plan complements the 2010 Comprehensive Plan for the area.
    • Thank you to everyone who participated in the Orchard Mesa Plan open houses. Your input is very important to us..
     

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