South Billings Master Plan
- Billings, Montana
- Yellowstone City-County Health Department
The City of Billings, in conjunction with consultant firm AECOM, has created a 20 year Master Plan for the South Billings Boulevard Urban Renewal District (SBBURD). The South Billings Master Plan will provide a set of goals that will guide land use, transportation development, community design, and capital improvements through the year 2032. The goal of the proposed South Billings Master Plan is to set a long-term course for creating a vibrant community where residents can live, work and go to school in neighborhoods that are strong, safe, prosperous, and connected.
OutcomeThe City Council is the governing body for all plans and policies that are enacted within City limits. The final South Billings Master Plan was passed by the City Council on February 27, 2012. The final South Billings Master Plan mentions the HIA, as well as the Yellowstone County/City of Billings Growth Policy HIA, and included recommendations from the HIAs.
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