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Comprehensive Plan

The Urban Development Areas (UDA) Report draft will be presented at the August 23, 2016 Town Council Meeting. A copy of the draft Report is available here and at Christiansburg Town Hall.

Christiansburg Town Council unanimously approved the Town of Christiansburg 2013 Comprehensive Plan on Tuesday, November 19, 2013.  A copy of the adopted Plan is available here and at Christiansburg Town Hall. 

View the Comprehensive Plan

What is the Comprehensive Plan? 
The Comprehensive Plan is the result of continuing efforts by Town leaders and citizens to direct positive, orderly growth in the Town and surrounding urbanizing areas of Montgomery County. The Town of Christiansburg updates its Comprehensive Plan every five years. 

The Comprehensive Plan is the principal tool to guide growth and development in the community. It examines current conditions and provides direction that will enhance the Town's functions, appearance, and livability.

What the Plan Does
The Comprehensive Plan creates a vision for the future and a blueprint of how to achieve this vision in the next 20-30 years. This blueprint includes a set of policy and analytic documents and maps that cover all elements related to the physical development of the area. These elements include:

  • Land use
  • Economy
  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Utilities and communications
  • Community facilities and services
  • Natural environment

The plan also lays out goals and strategies to guide the implementation of development. 

The Comprehensive Plan Subcommittee meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 8:30 a.m. in the administrative conference room at Town Hall. These meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.