The City of Homer has completed the first steps of a comprehensive plan for the city.
Adam Hazell presented the Community Assessment and Community Participation Program to the council during the city council meeting May 13.
The document covers the all the supporting data for the city and serves as a guide for community development between 2008 and 2030.
In short, the document is a profile of the city, including population, economic development, housing, public services, transportation routes, natural resources, historic identity, and intergovernmental cooperation.
Before the council can approve the document and move on with the comprehensive plan, it has to name stakeholders in the community. These stakeholders represent the civic interest for the community of Homer and will help guide the development of a community agenda.
The council will discuss revisions to the Community Assessment and Participation Program during a work session Tuesday, May 27, at 6 p.m.
Action on the Community Assessment and Participation Program will be at the council meeting June 10.