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Published on February 28, 2024
City Hall to Host Open House on Comprehensive Plan Update, Seeks Public Input on City's FutureSource: City of Cibolo Official Website

City Hall announces an open house slated for Thursday, March 7, inviting the public to get a first-hand look at the proposed updates to the City's Comprehensive Plan. According to the City's announcement, the update has been diligently stewarded by the Master Plan Advisory Committee (MPAC) and encompass multiple facets of city development including land use and transportation.

The event aims to not only showcase the update's progress but to also educate attendees. "We want our residents, homeowners, and community to know about the progress of the Comprehensive Master Plan Update," the City detailed, expressing an ambition to arm locals with enough information to widely disseminate the details about both the Comprehensive Master Plan Update and the IH-10 Corridor Plan. The open house intends to enable participants to effectively communicate these details amongst their circles and contribute informed feedback in impending public hearings.

On display at the event will be various aspects of city planning, ranging from vision statements and guiding principles to specific proposals for land use and transportation infrastructure. Stations will feature comparisons of the 2016 and the proposed 2024 updates, offering a transparent view of the changes on the city's horizon. Topics covered include Place Types & Future Land Use Map (FLUM), Master Thoroughfare Plan (MTP), as well as next steps and methods of community feedback.

Centered at City Hall, located at 200 S. Main St, the open house will take place between 6 PM and 8 PM. It stands as a call to action for residents to engage directly in the planning process that stands to shape the city's infrastructure and community spaces for years to come. In keeping with this spirit of transparency and community involvement, the City's website at provides supplementary information on the comprehensive plan for those unable to attend the open house or seeking to delve deeper into the specifics.