Comprehensive Plan Update

The Douglas County Comprehensive Plan is required by State law to be updated every five years.  This plan update will be completed by October 2023.  This page is a resource for all of the information you need to stay informed on the Comprehensive Plan Update.  Your participation is encouraged!

Public Input Opportunities

Citizen input is central to the Comprehensive Plan Update.  We are excited for two upcoming community meetings that will be held in December.  The community is invited to small area planning meetings that will allow citizens to provide feedback on two focus areas of the Comprehensive Plan Update. Advertisement for Lithia Springs workshopAdvertisement for Winston workshop

Comprehensive Plan Community Survey

The community survey is live!  The Community Survey refines the feedback we have received from the September Saturday community events and the Social Pinpoint Mapping activity.  Follow this link to take a 10-minute survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DouglasCompPlan 

Comprehensive Plan Interactive Map

Thank you to everyone who submitted comments for our interactive map.  This was an opportunity to provide feedback and view comments of fellow citizens about a variety of features and issues around the county. Your input is so important to us and incredibly useful as we develop the update to the plan. You can read a list of comments that were submitted here

Final Map 11.8.2022 

September Saturdays

Thank you to everyone who came by our booth at September Saturdays.  You can read a summary of the comments that were received. 

Latest Project Updates

Stay updated on the latest information on the Comprehensive Plan Update by following the Project Blog

Steering Committee

The Comprehensive Plan Update will be guided by a Steering Committee comprised of citizens and stakeholders.  Steering Committee Meetings can be accessed both in-person and online.  


Current Comprehensive Plan

You can find the current Douglas County Comprehensive Plan, along with several other Small Area Studies here