Materials will be posted here as they become available.
An important beginning step in preparing a community’s Master Plan is to review, synthesize, and consider plans commissioned by the City in years past. On this page, you’ll find links to past plans and studies as those items become available.
The documents linked here are prior vision and planning documents that have guided the development in Royal Oak.
The strategic plan outlines the City’s goals and objectives.
The Capital Improvement Plan is a tool that the City will use to implement the Master Plan goals, objectives, policies. This plan also guides the city’s financial planning.
The Community Benefits Guidelines clarify the city commission’s values. These guidelines provide direction for those interested in the development of planned unit developments (PUDs) and projects occurring on city-owned property or involving the sale of city-owned property.
The Stormwater Task Force Report provides an analysis and recommendations for stormwater regulations, design, and infrastructure funding.
The Sustainability and Climate Action Plan guides city service delivery and investments
to facilitate the implementation of the most sustainable, inclusive, climate-friendly outcomes.
The 2022 Aging in Place Plan is a community-wide plan that will allow the city to plan for the future while keeping in mind the needs of Royal Oak’s senior population.
The Parks and Recreation Master Plan reflect’s the City’s vision for park operations, maintenance, and
enhancements for the next five+ years. It serves as a roadmap for future decisions by considering existing parks and programs in the City and the anticipated demand for additional and improved recreation facilities.
The plans linked here identify desired outcomes of both thoroughfare design and regional transit network.
There are no recorded meetings or events at this time. Please check back as the Master Plan progresses.
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