TMRPA has been working to further refine the process of the regional plan update, develop a vision and direction, and refine the engagement methods. In order to aid in the Regional Plan Update process, a group of local government representatives from the City of Reno, the City of Sparks, Washoe..Read More
This approach recognizes that pre-update work has been completed that will aid in influencing the update. This work includes the Industrial Land Needs Analysis, the Truckee Meadows Housing Study, and involvement in the Portland State University Urban Sustainability Accelerator Program (PSU/USA), and the review of peer plans both within and..Read More
Phase 1 of the update process is anticipated to be completed in the first quarter of fiscal year 2017-2018. Phase 1 is comprised of analyzing the existing plan, including reviewing the existing policies and analyzing them against the requirements of the Nevada Revised Statutes, as well as the identification of..Read More
Phase 2 of the draft process mainly includes the development of background information and fundamentals, overarching themes and goals, and the creation of the 2017 Regional Plan framework. This work will build upon the work completed in Phase 1. The background information and fundamental assumption efforts include preparing contextual information..Read More
The bulk of the update work is anticipated to occur in Phase 3 of the update process. Phase 3 consists of Policy Development and Analysis, and drafting the 2017 Truckee Meadows Regional Plan. Due to the highly technical nature of the work involved in Phase 3, staff anticipates that consultant..Read More
Phase 4 includes the adoption process for the final version of the 2017 Truckee Meadows Regional Plan. This phase includes review from various engagement groups and the public, which will be discussed further in this staff report, and final adoption by the RPC and RPGB. Per NRS 278.0272 subsection 4..Read More
The final phase of the process can be described as the implementation of the adopted plan. For reference, local government and affected entity master plans and facilities plans must be in conformance with the adopted regional plan per NRS 278.028. Generally following a five-year major update to the Regional Plan,..Read More
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