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Plan­ning Documents

Plan­ning Documents

A dream with­out a plan is just a wish.” — Kather­ine Paterson

Com­pre­hen­sive Plans

The City Plan­ning Depart­ment spear­head­ed the cre­ation of the City of Marion’s com­pre­hen­sive plan, Mar­i­on 2030” which was a col­lab­o­ra­tive project involv­ing the neigh­bor­hood asso­ci­a­tions last­ing approx­i­mate­ly two years, and was offi­cial­ly adopt­ed by the Com­mon Coun­cil in May of 2010. In 2014, an adden­dum was adopt­ed which focus­es on Cen­tral Mar­i­on. These doc­u­ments are attached at the bot­tom of the page.

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Ground­work for Growth

The City of Mar­i­on has a design guide devel­oped by Mar­i­on Design Co. called Ground­work for Growth. It is sub­ject to change in accor­dance with the City of Mar­i­on Munic­i­pal Code of Ordi­nances. To ensure the book is con­tin­u­al­ly rel­e­vant and applic­a­ble, it must be reviewed every five years by Mar­i­on Design Co. or the mem­bers of the Mar­i­on Com­mon Coun­cil. If you are in the plan­ning stages of a project in the his­tor­i­cal dis­trict, please find the Ground­work for Growth” attach­ment at the bot­tom of this page. If you would like to request a copy of the book­let to access all design guide­lines, please con­tact the May­or’s Office at 765.662.9931 or stop by any­time Mon­day through Fri­day from 8am-4pm.

Groundwork for Growth District Map

River­side’ Park Work­ing Plans

Plans are devel­op­ing for River­side’ Park, a project stem­ming from both pre­vi­ous con­cepts and sub­se­quent ideas from cit­i­zens for down­town green­spaces and recre­ation along the Mis­sissinewa River.

A link to pro­vide your ideas and feed­back is found here: https://forms.gle/YBwLD8Wv8QENt6oS7, or if you have ques­tions you may email wendy@​mariondesign.​co.

The most up-to-date work­ing plans for River­side’ Park are as follows:

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