• Completing the community survey
• Connect with us on Facebook for updates
• Attend community events and planning activities
• Read the complete Public Participation Plan
• Sign up to receive project newsletters and email updates
Connect with us
We want you to be involved in the creation of the Council Grove Comprehensive Plan. By providing your support and insight, you can help guide the future of your community. There are a number of participation opportunities for you to be a part of:
Community Open House June 24, 6-8 pm, Council Grove High School
Objective: Hold community-wide planning open house on area trends
Community Vision Workshop August 13, 6-8 pm, Council Grove High School
Objective: Hold Visioning meeting, identifying issues, goals and objectives
Community Planning Workshop October 13, 6-8 pm, Old Armory Building
Objective: Hold Issue Area focus groups and prioritize strategies and scenarios
Final Draft Review January 20, 6:30-8:30 pm, Old Armory Building
Objective: Come and go open house to review final draft document
Planning and Zoning Committee March 9, 9 am, City Hall
Objective: FHRC presents final document to P&Z Committee
City Council, March 17, City Hall
Objective: FHRC presents final document for adoption
Comp Plan 101
Miss the first meeting? Here is a quick guide to Comprehensive Planning.
Check out images from our first public meeting held on June 24th!
June Open House
Open House Notes
For the 2025 Council Grove Comprehensive Plan to be useful, it must also be relevant by establishing a vision for growth and supporting goals, guiding principles, and providing practical recommendations to implementation and achievement. This Trends Report examines key facts and influences that make Council Grove a unique community.
Vision and Goals Meeting
The third public meeting focused on the Vision and Goals chapter of the Comprehensive Plan. These visions and goals were identified from past public meetings, interviews and results from the community survey. The meeting began with an overview of this portion of the Comprehensive Plan, attendants then broke out into smaller focus groups to review, edit and discuss the four main components: Housing & Neighborhoods, Economic Development, Land Use and Quality of Life.
Powerpoint of Vision and Goals