An updated website for the City of Prescott’s 2025 General Plan is now available for residents to learn about and give feedback for a broad land-use policy document that will go up for a citywide vote in two years.
The site is at www.planprescott.com and includes the 2015 version of the general plan, which under state law must be updated and get voter approval every 10 years.
The plan is essentially a vision statement about what kind of residential and commercial development or open space should be located where in the city as well as sections on roads, water resources, environmental planning, economic development and quality of life.
The website has other portals where residents can participate in surveys and find out about upcoming public meetings, as well as see related documents and keep track of what stage the planning process is in.
They can also sign up to get email updates throughout the process.
City officials said the general plan will provide:
• A collaborative community vision.
• A collection of goals and policies to achieve that vision.
• A tool for decision makers, developers, businesses and citizens.
• A framework for general planning.