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PlanNorman Presentation Available to View Online

View the Online PlanNorman Presentation and Submit Your Comments!

The City of Norman hosted a PlanNorman Open House on May 11 to gain input from residents during the new update to the Norman 2025 Plan. If you were unable to attend and would like to view a video presentation, you can watch it here. If you would like to submit comments after viewing the presentation, complete the comment forms and return them to Anais Starr in Planning and Community Development at 201-A West Gray, Norman, OK 73069 or by email. The deadline for comments is May 24.

Summary of the May 11 event.


The comprehensive plan is both a physical plan and policy guide for Norman moving forward. It serves as a framework for future planning documents as well as the policy guide for city staff and decision makers. (Learn more about a Comprehensive Plan)   

The plan vision was developed based on input from the PlanNorman steering committee, stakeholder interviews, and the first community workshop. 

For more information about Norman’s comprehensive planning process, visit


The current Norman 2025 Land Use and Transportation Plan was adopted December 16, 2004. It was an update to the 2020 Land Use and Transportation Plan that was adopted in 1997. Best planning practices call for update or complete revision of the Comprehensive Plan every 10 years or if critical growth issues arise. The City of Norman has not updated the Comprehensive Plan in 12 years and the City has seen sizable growth since 2004. The population has grown from 105,336 to an estimated population of over 120,000 and the City has seen an additional 2000 acres of land developed.

Norman City Council approved the contract with MIG at its March 22, 2016 council meeting. MIG was founded in 1982 and focuses on planning, designing and sustaining environments that support human development.