Comprehensive Plan Committee

The purpose of the Comprehensive Plan Committee is to assist the Driggs Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council in the development of a new, updated Driggs Comprehensive Plan.  The committee's tasks include the following:

  • Engaging in extensive public outreach
  • Advising on issues of local concern
  • Participating in future visioning for the City of Driggs
  •  The Comprehensive Plan will specifically address the following topics:

    • Property Rights
    • Population
    • Economic Development
    • Transportation
    • Recreation
    • Natural Resources
    • Special Ares & Sites (Architectural Resources)
    • Community Design
    • Housing
    • Public Services (Facilities & Utilities)
    • Hazardous Areas
    • School Facilities
    • Land Use (including the Future Land Use Map)
    • Communication & Civic Engagement

The committee meets on the first Monday of every month at 4pm at City Hall.

The Comprehensive Plan Committee is holding a Special Meeting on March 16 at 4pm at City Hall. The meeting agenda can be found here. THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CONTINUED TO MONDAY, MARCH 23, AT 4PM. The public can attend the meeting in person, at City Hall, however it is preferred that any one planning to attend do so remotely - 

The next regularly scheduled CPC meeting will take place on Monday, April 6 at 4pm at City Hall. 

Committee Members

Nick Beatty

Matt Biggs

Mariana Hernandez

Ken Kirkpatrick

Guyon Moseley

River Osborn

Lane Valiante

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A Comprehensive Plan is a blueprint for the future of Driggs. It is a comprehensive document, long-range in its view, that is intended to guide land use and policies covering transportation, recreation, housing, and utilities in the city for the next 10 to 20 years. 

See the current Driggs Comprehensive Plan here

Keep up to date on the process by visiting


Leanne Bernstein
Planning and Zoning Administrator 
208-354-2362 ext. 2106
Doug Self 
Community Development Director
201-354-2362 ext. 2111
In person at City Hall (60 South Main Street)
Comprehensive Plan Meeting Agenda