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PlanNorman survey seeks input on Preferred Growth Plan for Norman

The City of Norman is seeking input from the community about the Preferred Growth Plan for the Comprehensive Plan, which is the plan that will help guide future growth in the city.

The survey also includes questions about different types of neighborhoods that will help shape the future growth and provide direction for future housing, commercial development and job growth. 

To complete the survey, visit and click on Take the Growth Survey on the upper right side of the webpage or use the link  The survey is available through September 11. 

The Comprehensive Plan is a vision of what Norman is to be in the future.  The planning process is a community-wide effort that includes residents, business owners, land owners and other community stakeholders.  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.