- Draft structure for the Lafayette Comprehensive Plan
- Organized around 4 planning frameworks: Connected Community, Community Character, Environmental Stewardship, Strong Economy
- A series of elements (topic areas) for each planning framework
- Goals, Policies, Strategies, and Action Items for each element
Presentation Boards from February 27, 2020 Community Advisory Committee Meeting
Draft outline / structure for the Comprehensive Plan document, shared with the City Council in March 2020, including the following:
- Draft Vision Statement for the Lafayette Comprehensive Plan
- Guiding Principles and Goals for Elements of the Comprehensive Plan
Map depicting a draft concept for how different areas around Lafayette may evolve over the next 20 years, including
- Areas for different types of neighborhoods and land uses
- Locations for “focus areas” with their own character
- Locations for “community gateways” into Lafayette
- Locations for key “neighborhood destinations” around town
- Locations for trails and other connections
Explanations / illustrations of the following concepts on the Draft Framework Map:
- Focus Areas
- Community Gateways
- Neighborhood Destinations
Explanations / illustrations of different types of mixed use shown to the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) in February 2020.
Definitions of the following concepts depicted on the Draft Framework Map
- Parks and Open Space
- Green Connections (including trails and sidewalks)
- New / Enhanced Transit Corridors
Diagram illustrating how the area around 95th Street and Arapahoe Road could evolve over the next 20 years.
Diagram illustrating how the area around 119th Street and Baseline Road could evolve over the next 20 years.
Diagram illustrating how the area around Highway 287 and Dillon Road / Northwest Parkway could evolve over the next 20 years.
Diagram illustrating how the area between S Public Rd and Highway 287, and from Coal Creek north to around Waneka Parkway could evolve over the next 20 years.