The comprehensive planning process is meant to represent the collective goals of Johnson County. Gaining public input is an important part of the comprehensive planning process. In addition to in-person opportunities to share input, there also have been online opportunities for engagement.
Previous surveys are now closed.
A series of five Public Input Sessions were held in February-March 2017. In addition, a Public Input Survey was available to residents from February 6-March 17, 2017. Interviews with key stakeholders and a series of Focus Group sessions were completed during this time. An open house was held Dec. 5, 2017, and a survey was available from Nov. 28 through Dec. 15. That survey is now closed.
See the Project Schedule for upcoming events.
To review the boards available at the Feb-March 2017 Public Input Sessions please click here.
Public Input Summary Report
A Public Input Summary Report summarized input from the ealry 2017 public engagement exercises:
- Key Stakeholder Interviews
- Focus Group Feedback
- Public Input Sessions
To view the report click here.
Johnson County residents were encouraged to complete an Public Input Survey in addition to attending one of the five Public Input Sessions. The survey was available from February 6-March 17, 2017.
To view a blank copy of the survey click here.
MySidewalk is an online interactive engagement tool used to provide feedback on the new comprehensive plan. MySidewalk is now closed.