Read more about the Land Use and Growth Management Plan and its 2040 update.
Neighborhood Conservation District designation protects and strengthens the desirable and unique physical features, design characteristics, and recognized identity, charm and flavor of a neighborhood.
Read more about Neighborhood Conservation Districts
View the Westboro Neighborhood Conservation District DocumentView the Elmhurst Neighborhood Conservation District Document
The Neighborhood Element of the Comprehensive Plan includes summaries and maps from 2000, 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2014.
Read more about the Neighborhood Element/Neighborhood Health Maps
Neighborhood-specific plans are developed by the residents to show their vision and goals for the future of their neighborhood.
Read more and view adopted plans
Historic Preservation is an element of the Comprehensive Plan. The Historic Preservation Plan of Topeka examines historic preservation within the city and the role that historic assets play in the city's economy and quality of life.
View the Historic Preservation Plan document
Parks and open spaces are important for people of all generations to exercise, spend time with family and friends, to play, enjo nature, and simply relax from the stresses of modern day society. and Open Space Element of the Comprehensive Plan. Topekans enjoy a wide variety of both active and passive recreational opportunities locaed in a comprehensive system of City, County and State parks.
View the Parks and Open Space Plan Document
This plan defines Topeka’s place within the regional, national, and global economies and how it intends to achieve its stated goals in the next 25 years.
View the Economic Development Plan.
Feasibility Study and Structural Assessment of the Historic Sumner School Building.
Review the summary on the Reuse of Sumner School.