What is the comprehensive plan?

The State of Kansas requires cities and counties to have a comprehensive plan in order to authorize subdivision regulation and to guide public spending decisions on capital infrastructure and facility projects. The comprehensive plan is intended to provide long-term community vision and policy direction related to public investments that support future community growth, development, economic vitality and quality of life. See the Community Investments Plan 2015 to 2035, the Wichita-Sedgwick County comprehensive plan.

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1. What are neighborhood plans for?
2. How can I get a Neighborhood Plan for my neighborhood?
3. What does the Advanced Plans Division do?
4. What is the Advance Plans Committee?
5. What is the comprehensive plan?