Since the announcement of Interstate 11, the City has been subject to development pressures for piecemeal development proposals. In the Spring of 2016, the City Council chose to take the proactive step of developing a vision (called a “master plan” for convenience) to identify the types of land uses that would fit within our community and other design standards. Recognizing that the Interchange is well outside our developed infrastructure, the City Council asked that estimates be prepared to identify the types of infrastructure that would need to be extended and their costs. The utility and transportation needs and cost information is useful for potential lessors as they evaluate the site for a potential project. The same information is also beneficial to the City’s Planning Commission for the overall City Master Plan for utility and transportation planning. The Master Plan Report documents can be found at his link.