The City of Dayton is committed to smart growth, and is choosing to take a new, proactive approach to planning efforts city-wide.
The Planning and Community Development Department provides guidance to encourage growth, enhance the character of the community and neighborhoods, use best available methods to ensure communicative planning efforts, and much more. Partnerships with businesses and relationships with community members are essential in achieving city-wide interests and goals.
2020 Comprehensive Plan Docketing Cycle Open
The 2020 Comprehensive Plan docketing cycle is open. Docket applications received by August 1, 2020 will be considered during the 2020 amendment cycle. Please find below direct links to applicable documents and pages. If you need additional information, contact City Hall at 509-382-2361
- Legal Notice as published in the paper of record
- 2019 Comprehensive Plan
- Dayton Municipal Code
- Docket application form
- Ordinance 1957 (docketing procedures)
Dayton Planning Commission Eligibility Requirements Expanded
- Residency in the Dayton city limits OR established Urban Growth Area (previously just the city limits)
- Commission can include up to seven (7) members, previously five (5)
- The DPC is now responsible for Parks Planning efforts, and will offer guidance to the Dayton City Council in making decisions regarding recreational facilities and programs