Vision + Values. The Vision + Values element describe the
high-level vision for Indianapolis and Marion County and establishes the
direction for all other elements of the Comprehensive Plan system to respond
Land Use Plans are primarily used to inform zoning and establish
policies for the development and redevelopment of all property in Marion
Transportation. Transportation plans describe how the
transportation network of Marion County provides mobility choices and primarily
used to determine system expansion needs related to development or
redevelopment activities and to guide public investment in the network.
Parks, Recreation, and Open Space. Parks plans are used primarily to guide
public investment in parks, recreation, and open space amenities that support
the health, recreation, and community needs of residents and visitors and to
protect the ecological and cultural systems of Marion County.
Neighborhood + Housing Strategy. Neighborhood and Housing Strategy plans are
used to coordinate public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic community
development investments in Marion County neighborhoods in ways that maximize
their impact on all of Marion County while remaining relevant to the actual
needs of different types of neighborhoods.
Resiliency plans identify strategies to protect Marion County from
events or challenges that threaten to undermine the long-term safety and
prosperity of residents and neighborhoods.
They outline ways in which the community can “bounce back” from
anticipated physical, economic, and social disasters while also addressing the
long-term chronic challenges that impede recovery.
Specific Area. Specific Area Plans provide a detailed
strategy for a small geography.