The City of Siloam Springs is in the process of developing a new comprehensive plan to help guide the City’s future. The comprehensive plan will include recommendations related to land use, mobility, economic development, housing, community character, public facilities, and infrastructure. Your participation is critical to the plan’s success.
The public engagement portion of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan is critical.
1. Background Analysis (January 2021-April 2021): This includes a community snapshot and visioning.
2. Plan Development (May 2021-January 2022): This portion includes land use, mobility, economic development, housing, character, facilities.
3. Implementation Strategy (February 2022-March 2022): This phase of the plan includes infrastructure, regulatory framework, catalytic projects.
4. Adoption (April 2022-May 2022): The final phase includes finalizing plan, joint workshop, adoption hearing.
Meet the Comprehensive Planning Team
Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC)
City of Siloam Springs Staff:
Phillip Patterson – City Administrator
Don Clark – Community Development Director
Ben Rhoads – Senior Planner
Holland Hayden – Communications Manager
Justin Bland – City Engineer
Freese and Nichols, Inc. (Plan Development Lead)
Freese and Nichols, Inc. is an engineering, urban planning, and architecture firm offering a wide range of services to public sector clients for more than 125 years. FNI focuses on providing innovative approaches, practical results, and outstanding services to our clients. As a full-service consulting firm, we offer hundreds of specialty services. We take a holistic view of our clients' challenges, providing tailored, advanced solutions and delivering exemplary plans, designs, and codes.
Catalyst is a national expert in architecting economic development solutions for the public and private sectors. Catalyst focuses on developing strategy and activating projects that create a complete community. The firm has activated mixed-use, downtowns, transit-oriented developments, corridors, commercial districts, neighborhoods, and other environments across the United States.
Previous Comprehensive Plans
Forward Siloam Springs
The city's 2030 Comprehensive Plan (PDF), (called "Forward Siloam Springs"), was approved by the Board of Directors in March 2008. This has been a 2-year process of public meetings, visioning sessions, and monthly steering committee sessions. The city appreciates the community's involvement in the evolution of this plan.
The plan will be updated every 5 years for critical policy shifts and demographic changes that may affect core planning goals.