Master Plan 2000
The primary goal of the Master Plan for Providence City is to guide future development and growth of the City while maintaining its central characteristic as a livable community.
We must visualize Providence as we would like it to be twenty-five years from now, realizing that the Master Plan is a document valid for five to ten years growth. The plan is intended to be updated every five years by the Planning Commission to meet the changing needs of the City.
The Master Plan emphasizes the major components of the City”s future: Transportation Corridors, Water System, Storm Water, Sewer System, Zoning, Design Review, Open Space Planning, Urban Trails, Parks and Recreation, Wildlife
Each of these is briefly discussed in relation to background, governing principles, present conditions, and the resolution thereof. The plans and graphics accompanying the narrative demonstrate specific features to direct compliance with the principles of the Master Plan.
Master Plan Elements:
Annexation Policy Plan
Moderate Income Housing Plan
Parks & Recreation
Future Re-Zone of Existing Districts
Zone Districts of Future Annexations
Parks, Open Space & Urban Trails