The city hired Kendig Keast Collaborative, a multidisciplinary, nationally recognized community planning firm offering planning and implementation services for cities and towns from coasts to plains, to help facilitate the process of having a Comprehensive Community Plan, a Downtown Revitalization Plan, a Parks Master Plan, and an Unified Development Code.
Comprehensive Community Plan
The plan’s findings and strategies focus on the physical and economic aspects of Dayton’s growth and development over a 20-year planning horizon.
The purpose of the Dayton Parks and Recreation Master Plan is to determine the community’s current and future needs for improving its parks and recreation system and to provide for adequate areas and facilities to meet both the short and long-term needs of the community.
The main purpose of the Unified Development Code (UDC) is to protect the public health, safety, and general welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the City in accordance with the goals of the Comprehensive Plan.