City Plans

The Planning Department is involved in many different planning initiatives throughout the City, including area master plans, redevelopment plans, corridor plans, and the City-wide comprehensive plan. An important part of the planning process is public participation; click on the links below to get more information and to find out how you can get involved in the planning and implementation for the plans below.  Please note that some of the plans below represent joint planning efforts with Richland County, such as the Walkable 29203 Pedestrian Master Plan and the Capital City Mill District Area and Corridor Plan.

Plans In Process

There are no area plans in process at this time, but that doesn't mean you can't be involved in planning for your community.  Check out our existing area plans below, and sign up for our newsletter to stay engaged with Columbia Compass, our comprehensive plan.

Neighborhood, Area, and Corridor Plans & Historic Surveys

Map showing Neighborhood, Area, and Corridor plans listed below, dated 12.6.17

The City has a rich history of planning for neighborhoods, areas, and corridors.  Plans developed in recent years are linked below; historic plans for the City and its neighborhoods are available for viewing in the Planning Division's offices, through the Central Midlands Council of Governments, and Richland Library.

Future Planning Areas

The Plan Columbia: Land Use Plan identified areas for future neighborhood, area, and corridor planning efforts.  A number of the areas identified represent joint planning areas, where multiple jurisdictions work together to best plan for a community.
Map of area plans recommended by Plan Columbia: Land Use Plan, dated 2/1/2017Future Planning Areas - City of Columbia (click to enlarge)Map of area plans recommended by Plan Columbia: Land Use Plan, dated 2/1/2017Future Joint Planning Areas
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If you have further questions, or would like to more information about City plans, please contact us.