The mission of the Planning Department is to help create a vibrant city of lasting value by engaging the community through neighborhood revitalization, sustainable land use and infrastructure choices, regional transportation planning, historic preservation, and zoning administration.
Please join us for the next Topeka Planning Commission meeting on Monday,
November 21, 2016, 6pm at the Municipal Building, 214 SE 8th Street, 2nd floor Council Chambers. (Televised)
We invite you to participate in the Topeka Regional Transportation Plan (Futures 2040).
Public neighborhood meetings are now scheduled for November 2, 3, 9 & 16. (View Press Release and Map of Locations of Neighborhood Meetings)View details about the meetings and additional information about Futures 2040
About Futures 2040
Futures2040 will look 24 years into the future to propose transportation projects.
October 21, 2016Rev. Dr. W.L. Templeton Memorial DR - Memorial designation of street in honor of Dr. W.L. TempletonRead newspaper article here
October 19, 2016On the Red Couch - Dan Warner of the Topeka Planning Department talks about the Landmarks Commission's October 19 tax credit workshop WIBW video
September 19, 2016Downtown Historic District Design Guidelines now available
May 18City of Topeka named Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community by League of American Bicyclists.
May 16 Planning Commission recommends approval of City’s second
Neighborhood Conservation District (NCD) for Elmhurst.
May 12Landmarks Commission approves Cyrus Hotel
May 7 State awards Planning Department $41,700 in Historic Preservation Fund grants.
April 25Heritage Tourism grants approved.
March 16Pedestrian Master Plan approved by the City Council and MTPO
February 16, 2016Topeka City Council has approved the North Topeka West Neighborhood Plan
View the approved plan