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Neighborhood Planning

Working alongside residents in each neighborhood, our mission is to identify neighborhood concerns, values, vision, and goals. Through this process, the City will develop long-range plans for each NPD to potentially include City CIP Projects, private investment, economic development, and CDBG funded projects. 

A strong emphasis will be placed on improving the quality of life in each NPD while increasing access to affordable housing. City staff will work to facilitate connections to existing resources or develop new tools for citizens and match funding sources for identified projects (connectivity, infrastructure, etc.). Neighborhood Planning is used to engage the community in comprehensive planning for neighborhood stabilization, housing variety, functional arrangements, etc., and aims for a people-oriented approach to plan creation, implementation, and continued neighborhood sustainability. 

Residents have the opportunity to actively participate in the planning and problem-solving processes to address matters in land use, jobs, businesses, housing, infrastructure, transportation, and resources. The City employs a defined framework and planning process with flexibility in the timing to adjust to the specific needs of each neighborhood.

Click HERE to see a full map of our Neighborhood Planning Districts in Temple!
Or click one of our active neighborhood areas below:

Central Neighborhood District

Historic Neighborhood District
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Click HERE to see a full map of our Neighborhood Planning Districts in Temple!

Upcoming planning schedule is below:

Downtown District - January 2021
Garden District - March 2021
Jackson Park District - June 2021
Birdcreek District - October 2021
Temple Heights District - January 2022
Silo District - March 2022
Barnhardt District - June 2022
Northwest Hills Neighborhood - October 2022
I-35/Midtown District - January 2023
Woodlawn District - March 2023
East Downs Neighborhood - June 2023
TMED District - October 2023