Over 16 months of over 4,000 diverse community voices joined together exploring opportunities, breaking down barriers, and charting new directions for the City. At open houses, community picnics, art hop, and online surveys, people from every neighborhood contributed ideas about places, programs, policies, investments, and communal goals that were most important to them. The visions, plans, and goals to guide the City are available to help everyone reach the desired outcomes of the work that will now go forward. The PROJECTS page is a place to track and see progress on goals outlined in the PLANS.
Imagine Kalamazoo input contributed to the foundation of input for many plans moving forward at the City.
The Master Plan is the road map for City staff projects in the coming years. One large initiative will be the incorporation of Neighborhood Plans. Each plan will be integrated and adopted into the 2025 Master Plan.
The Master Plan 2025 was adopted by the Planning Commission on October 5, 2017, and was adopted by the Kalamazoo City Commission on October 16, 2017.
Download the 2025 Master Plan Entirely or by Section
If you have a slower internet connection we suggest downloading by Section.
To leave comments regarding the Master Plan please visit Open Town Hall, or call the City Planner at Community Planning and Development at 269-337-8044
The City of Kalamazoo's 2017 Strategic Vision is the direction to City staff what the community's priorities are. These priorities are used to shape plans going forward. As goals are achieved and measured for success, the Strategic Vision will be updated.
The following ten goals make up the 2017 Strategic Vision:
The Strategic Vision was approved by the Kalamazoo City Commission on July 17, 2017.
To leave a comment regarding the Strategic Vision please visit Open Town Hall, or call Community Planning and Development at 269-337-8044
The Climate Action Plan is currently in progress and will be holding public meetings in early 2018.
Go to the Events page to see when you can get involved in this planning process.
To leave a comment regarding the Climate Action Plan please visit Open Town Hall, or call Community Planning and Development at 269-337-8044
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