Comprehensive Plan Update 2018-2038

Urban Growth Area & Comprehensive Plan - 2018-2038 Update

Stay Current: City of Pasco Comprehensive Plan Project Page

Public Meetings:

Date: September 14, 2020
Meeting: Pasco City Council
Item: Urban Growth Area & Comprehensive Plan Update

Date: September 17, 2020
Meeting: Pasco Planning Commission
Item: Comprehensive Plan Update

Date: September 28, 2020
Meeting: Pasco City Council
Item: Urban Growth Area & Comprehensive Plan Update

Date: October, 2020
Meeting: Pasco City Council
Item: Urban Growth Area & Comprehensive Plan Update


For more information or to submit comments, please feel free to contact us.

CompPlan@pasco-wa.gov

Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) Public Comment
The Final EIS is now available for public comment. The public comment period ends on July 31, 2020,

Comprehensive Plan
The Comprehensive Plan is a statement of goals and policies that outlines the community’s vision for the future. The Plan guides city decisions on where to locate new jobs and build housing, how to improve the transportation system and where to make capital investments – from animal shelters and libraries to sidewalks and utilities for water.

Pasco has grown rapidly (current population: 75,000) and by the year 2038 we will be home to over 120,000 people. The plan considers population and employment growth and how public facilities and services will be provided to accommodate that growth.

Draft Comprehensive Plan Documents

Volume I Goals & Policies (track)
Volume II Supporting Analysis (track)

Pasco Comprehensive Plan- Final DEIS (track)

Map Folio Updated

Appendix B: Franklin County – Countywide Planning Policies
Appendix C: City of Pasco Land Capacity Analysis
Appendix D: Environmental Impact Statement
Appendix E: Public Participation Plan

Relationship to Washington State Growth Management Act
The Growth Management Act (GMA) is a series of state statutes, first adopted in 1990, that requires fast-growing cities and counties to development a comprehensive plan to manger their population growth. Under RCW 36.70A.020, the GMA established a series of 13 goals that should act as the basis of all comprehensive plans.

  1. Community & Economic Dev. Planning


  2. Rick White

    Community & Economic Development Director

  3. Jacob Gonzalez

    Senior City Planner