Neighborhood Conservation

Neighborhood Conservation Policy

Plano will conserve and enhance established residential neighborhoods through city programs, initiatives, and regulations that support neighborhood identity; ensure safe, walkable neighborhoods; and preserve the suburban form that contributes to the overall character and livability of the neighborhoods. 

Neighborhood Conservation Action Statements


Status
Establish programs and initiatives that enable home owners to maintain and enhance their
property and neighborhood. 
inprogress
Implement the recommendations adopted from the Housing Value and Retention Analysis
study.
inprogress
Conserve Plano’s established residential neighborhoods to provide opportunities for work force
housing.
inprogress
Monitor and analyze the Great Update Rebate program and modify to improve effectiveness
over time.
inprogress
Study current housing options, identify gaps in the housing inventory and formulate
recommendations to address deficiencies.

inprogress
Review, and modify as necessary, residential zoning standards to allow for a variety of
compatible housing options within the same development.
inprogress
Identify community character within residential areas and enhance stronger neighborhood
identity.
inprogress

Supporting Materials and Resources
Housing Value Retention Analysis
Annual Housing Study
Housing Rehabilitation Program
Workforce Housing Study
Great Update Rebate