FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – The All In Allen Comprehensive Plan, adopted by the City of Fort Wayne and Allen County in December 2022, has also been adopted by the communities of Grabill, Huntertown, Monroeville and Woodburn. The Plan effective date is March 13, 2023.
The All In Allen Comprehensive Plan is a blueprint to guide growth and development and other community initiatives. Topic areas of the plan include: Land Use and Development, Agriculture and Food Systems, Housing and Neighborhoods, Economic Development, Transportation and Mobility, Public Facilities and Infrastructure, Community Services and Education, Parks and Environment and Implementation. Plan development was guided by feedback obtained from community outreach, analysis of existing conditions, and community visioning to ensure the comprehensive plan is reflective of the communities it will serve.
Successful implementation of the plan will require coordinated efforts between City, Town and County officials, partner organizations, stakeholders and residents.
“Fort Wayne and Allen County continue to grow and thrive as we work together to make a lasting and meaningful difference,” said Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry. “All In Allen is a critical guide to help ensure our local communities are positioned for current and future success.”
“We are encouraged by the results of the process that went into the adopted Comprehensive Plan,” shared the Allen County Board of Commissioners. “Thousands of voices from our community were heard and incorporated into a document that will be a compass for the adopting communities. We are confident that the community input as well as the data, research, and insight from specialists on the planning team will help guide multiple jurisdictions toward common goals for the future.”
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