Strategic Regional Issue #8 – Coordination
There is little coordination among public facilities and services planning, transportation planning, and land use planning.
8.H. Each local government should have an up-to-date comprehensive plan that links public facilities, transportation, land use, economic development, public health, housing, natural systems, recreation, intergovernmental coordination, and capital improvements.
8.H.1. OKI will maintain the Elements of an Effective Local Comprehensive Plan, a model to link transportation, land use, economic development, public facilities, public health, housing, natural systems, recreation, intergovernmental coordination and capital improvements for use by local governments in the region. Local government comprehensive plans should be consistent, as appropriate, with the OKI Elements of an Effective Local Comprehensive Plan, and OKI will provide information and technical assistance to local governments for this purpose. (same as 1.A.1.)
8.H.2. Local subdivision regulations and other development related regulations should be consistent with the public facilities and services goals, objectives and policies of the local comprehensive plan.
8.H.3. The intergovernmental coordination element of each local comprehensive plan should encourage cooperation within and between local governments on issues related to public facilities, land use, and transportation.
8.H.4. The public facilities element of each local comprehensive plan should encourage coordination with and among water and sewer providers and stormwater management authorities.
Public Facilities Issues
Public Facilities and Services