Neighborhood planners act as liaisons between the City and the community for most planning processes. Neighborhood planners participate in and often coordinate community plans. This group of planners act as go-to people for explanations of zoning, development, transportation, and other planning-related matters. Whether you're an individual or a representative of a community organization, neighborhood planners are here to help.
While Neighborhood Planners often work on projects of Citywide importance (See Comprehensive Plan), they also specialize in various parts of the City. We've got a map below that shows you which parts of the City each planner is responsible for and how to contact them.
Who is my neighborhood planner?
Use the map below to find the neighborhood planning contact for your neighborhood. You may zoom in as needed, also simply click any area and the planner's contact information will appear. For your convenience, the planners' contact info is also listed below the map.
Andrew Dash, AICP | Assistant Director, Strategic Planning | 412-255-0760