Glenbrook Small Area Plan
The City is completing a study of the Glenbrook area to respond to development interests in the area and address issues with the interface between industrial and residential properties. While the Glenbrook Neighborhood (shown in yellow) is the focus of recommendations in the study, there are many issues that connect the Glenbrook neighborhood with the larger area surrounding it to the north and east (shown in blue).
The purpose of the Glenbrook study is to understand and recommend future development options for the area and determine if the City might change its land use plan and zoning for the area. Currently, there is a mix of commercial, industrial, and residential uses in the neighborhood. There are likely major changes coming to the roadway system (near Hwy 36) in the future, so the current development pattern may not be the best mix long term.
Public Comment Opportunity
The community is encouraged to provide feedback on the draft of the Glenbrook Small Area Plan by Wednesday, September 13.
Public comments should be directed to Luke McClanahan, City Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final action is expected to occur on September 26 at the City Council meeting.
The schedule for the planning process is below. The study is currently in Phase 4.
- Initiation meeting
- Base maps
- Stakeholder interviews and engagement
- Issues identification
Timeline - Months 1-3
- Draft goals
- Stakeholder engagement - goals
- City Council goals session
Timeline - Months 3-4
- Staff discussion - alternatives
- Prepare alternatives
- Discuss preliminary alternatives
- Engagement on alternatives
- Alternatives summary
- Planning Commission review
- City Council review
Timeline - Months 5-7
- Staff discussion - draft plan
- City Council review - draft plan
- Engagement on draft plan
- Planning Commission review - draft plan
- Final plan
Timeline - Months 8-9