Comprehensive Plan

Town & Country 2020: A Twenty Year Comprehensive Plan



The Town & Country 2020 Comprehensive Plan was adopted by the Planning and Zoning Commission on February 19, 2020. This was the culmination of a two year effort by citizens and staff to chart our communities future. Click on the link above to view a copy of the plan.

Exercise Summaries

  January 25, 2018
Exercise Summary
   
  February 22, 2018
Exercise Summary
Goals Worksheet
Vision Statement Worksheet
  March 22, 2018
Committee Goals and Objectives Survey Results
   
  April 14, 2018    
  April 26, 2018    
  July 19, 2018
  October 29, 2018
 

  December 19, 2018
 
  March 28, 2019
Draft Section 1-4 Discussion Summary

   

Helpful Documents

Purpose


In 2018, a group of citizen volunteers and staff will work together to develop a new long-term vision document for the community. Town and Country 2040 will serve as a road map and guide for the community to follow as it considers decisions, both large and small, over the next 20 years.

Steering Committee Members

  • Rob Cima, Chairman - Planning & Zoning
  • Andy Kuchan - Planning & Zoning
  • Amanda Mueller - Planning & Zoning
  • Tony Chao - Public Works
  • Laura Chaney - Parks & Trails
  • Linda Robson - Conservation
  • Hans Fredrikson - Ways & Means
  • Don Sanders - Police, Fire & EMS
  • Angelo Arzano - Architectural Review
  • Michelle Francisco - Public Art
  • John Heckmann - Stakeholder
  • Peter Stevens - Stakeholder
  • Jim Otis Jr. - Stakeholder

Staff Liaison

Comprehensive Plan FAQ's


What is a Comprehensive Plan?
A Comprehensive Plan is a road map and guide for the community to follow as it considers decisions, both large and small, over the next 20 years. This plan will be Town and Country's vision for the future and strategic outline for getting there. The plan is a policy guide that provides a framework for making development and zoning decisions. The planning process includes an assessment of existing resources and issues, projections of future conditions and needs, and consideration of collective goals and objectives. The Comprehensive Plan is NOT a zoning ordinance, subdivision regulation, budget, capital improvement program or other regulatory document. It is meant to be the basis for the preparation of these documents.

How will the City of Town and Country use this Comprehensive Plan?
The purpose of the Comprehensive Plan is to enable City Officials and staff to better manage change and to inform residents and businesses about Town and Country's characteristics, trends and policies. The plan will guide municipal actions, including the regulation of future residential and commercial growth in Town and Country.

What does a Comprehensive Plan contain?
The plan will contain, in general, the following sections:
  • Community Background (Demographics) / History
  • Process Description
  • Goals & Objectives
  • Future Land Use
  • Residential Development
  • Transportation / Utilities
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Economic Development
  • Urban Design
  • Appendix / Glossary
The specific sections of the Comprehensive Plan will be refined and finalized as part of the Steering Committee and Public Input process.

Who should I contact with questions?
Contact Ryan Spencer, Planner
(314) 587-2827
SpencerR@town-and-country.org