Regional Livability Plan

The Regional Livability Plan identifies ways to address the region’s opportunities and weaknesses to become more livable for all residents. The plan addresses four specific areas: Housing, Economic Development, Transportation, and Land Use. The RLP introduces goals, objectives, and recommendations that can help the region use the money we have more effectively and efficiently by investing in solutions that solve multiple problems. Mainly, livable and sustainable developments are less expensive to build, require fewer municipal services, result in higher property values, and generate a range of long-term social and environmental benefits.