The Planning Division assists and guides citizens and City leaders toward more productive, orderly and attractive patterns of physical and economic development that enhances the quality of life in San Angelo.
This page is meant to provide San Angelo residents, business owners and visitors timely information about the people and places that comprise San Angelo’s 24 distinct neighborhoods that are cumulatively home to nearly 100,000 residents. Each neighborhood has its own page with basic demographic information and opportunities to learn about private commercial development and City capital improvement projects underway in each area and throughout the city.
The comprehensive plan was adopted by the City Council in 2003 and was updated in the 2009 strategic plan. The purpose of this effort was to ensure that future development in the community be grounded in market and economic reality and representative of stakeholder interests. The update is a compilation of strategies and initiatives deemed most important for the City of San Angelo to realize the vision established by the initial comprehensive plan.
Downtown Master Development Strategic Plan
The downtown master development strategic plan was presented to and approved by the Downtown Development Commission on Dec. 16, 2013 - and then presented to and approved by the City Council the following day. It, along with an analysis prepared in 2011 by City staff, will serve as guiding documents for revitalization within the Downtown Development District.
Lake Nasworthy Area Plan
The Lake Nasworthy area plan was presented to the City Council on Nov. 5, 2013, and approved 6-0 as an amendment to the city's comprehensive plan.