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.

Public Input Survey

              **Survey Now Closed**

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 Now Closed**

MySidewalk is an online interactive engagement tool used to provide feedback on the new comprehensive plan. MySidewalk is now closed.