Vision 2030 Strategic Plan
The Strategic Plan Committee has committed many hours of time providing essential input to the cornerstones of the strategic plan. In early 2018, the Committee named the strategic plan 'VISION 2030' and also drafted a vision statement for the strategic plan:
North Richland Hills is the City of Choice
A desirable and vibrant community of quality neighborhoods, thriving economy, extraordinary schools, exceptional parks, and innovative leaders.
Once the draft is finalized by the Committee, public hearings will be scheduled for the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. Information about these public hearings will be announced on the City's website, Facebook page, e-newsletter, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and this webpage.
Draft Land Use Plan
Understanding that North Richland Hills is more than 90% developed, the vacant land that remains has significant importance. An appropriate mix of land uses is a major component to a successful community. A draft of the proposed Vision 2030 Land Use Plan Map and descriptions of the various land use designations are available now at the links below. To submit any input or comments regarding the Draft Land Use Plan, please complete the following form - click here.
Draft Transportation Plan
Chapter A. Introduction describes the need for updating the transportation plan, highlights the Plan’s organizational format, key partners in transportation implementation, and relevant plans, both past and present, impacting NRH transportation planning and infrastructure. The chapter also outlines the Plan’s four goals.
Chapter B. Current Context profiles the existing issues and needs within the transportation system, including safety, congestion, and infrastructure gaps.
Chapter C. Future Context focuses on the anticipated future of NRH related to accessibility, mobility, operations, and the interface with land uses.
Chapter D. Transportation Plan describes the multimodal network (vehicular, walking, bicycling, transit, goods movement) needed to address the future needs of the City.
Chapter E. Action Plan outlines prioritization methodology for project implementation. This chapter also contains the policies, programs, and projects for short-, medium-, and long-range implementation.
Appendices (30MB) include the Roadway Design Decision Process, Target Corridors, Roadway Rightsizing Guidance, Active Transportation Pattern Book, Public/Stakeholder Input, and Action Plan Details.
Strategic Plan Committee
The Committee meets on the second Thursday of each month to develop policy recommendations that best reflect the community’s vision. The Committee’s recommendations will be forwarded to the Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council for review and consideration in 2019.
The Strategic Plan Committee includes three City Council Members, two Planning & Zoning Commission Members, ten members at large and one alternate.
|Tim Welch||City Council Member, Chairman||
|City Council Member, Vice Chairperson|
|Brent Barrow||City Council Member||
|Planning and Zoning Commissioner|
|Justin Welborn||Planning and Zoning Commissioner||
|Blake Hedgecock||Committee Member
Dr. Tim Barth
|Brian Crowson||Committee Member
|Lee Knight||Alternate Committee Member
|Mark Wood||Committee Member
|Suzy Compton||Committee Member
January - August 2017
- Appoint Strategic Plan Committee (SPC)
- Transportation Plan Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
- SPC Foundational Meetings
- Focus Group Meetings
September - March 2018
- SPC Vision, Goals & Objectives Meetings
- SPC Land Use Plan Recommendations
- Transportation Plan Kickoff
April - July 2018
- Land Use Plan Public Comment & Meetings
- Transportation Plan Public Input
- Joint Meetings: Parks & Recreation Board, Keep NRH Beautiful Commission, Economic Development Advisory Committee
September - June 2019
- Complete Final Draft of Strategic Plan
- Final Public Review & Comment
- Public Open Houses and Meetings
- Final City Council Public Hearing