Master Plan Draft Ready for Review: Comments welcome through July 15

Earlier this year, many of you were partners in collaboration on an update of the Downtown Master Plan for Las Cruces. For a reminder of how productive that process was, take a look at the summary post from the closing night of the February planning workshop.

The initial draft of the Plan that began to take shape by the end of that workshop is now ready for public comment. You can see it here. Now, it’s time to renew the collaboration. We’ll be taking your comments on the draft through July 15 here on the website and via email directly to City staff here.

In the following video, produced at the close of the workshop, Las Cruces community development director David Weir outlines the public review steps between now and when a final version of the Plan goes before City Council. So your comments will help refine the Plan before it’s voted upon.

If you want a quick overview of project goals, check out the FAQ. And to follow the process of the Plan’s development through each stage of the process, read the posts preceding this one. They’re in reverse chronological order.

Please check out this first draft, and send along your questions and comments. Again, you have until July 15 for this phase of the review.

Thanks to all for the passion and spirit of cooperation you brought to this process. Now, it’s on to final steps towards Plan adoption.