The documents featured below have been adopted by the Jordan City Council to guide the development of the City. PDF’s of each plan are provided below.
The purpose of the Design Standards Manual is to establish minimum standards for the design and construction of Jordan’s Central Business District. The design standards within this manual are intended to preserve and create quality, historic spaces and continue the unique quality of Jordan’s central business district.
This vision seeks to guide future redevelopment activity, promote economic and business growth in the downtown and identify specific financial, regulatory and programmatic tools that will achieve the vision of a vibrant and dynamic downtown district in the heart of Jordan.
These standards seek to achieve compatibility among developments as well as establish minimum standards for the design and construction of Jordan’s Highway Commercial District. The design standards provide direction to decision makers, design professionals, and the public regarding site planning, building, landscaping, and infrastructure design.
The City of Jordan Comprehensive Plan is a dynamic planning tool intended to guide the future growth and development of the city. The Comprehensive Plan is based on local and regional historical facts, trends, and governmental planning standards.
Through engagement of residents and business owners, The City hopes to update its 2040 Plan to reflect the community’s priorities moving forward.
2030 Comprehensive Plan (2008)
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Physical Profile
Chapter 3 – Demographic Social Profile Jordan
Chapter 4 – Housing
Chapter 5 – Economic Development
Chapter 6 – Land Use
Chapter 7 – Transportation
Chapter 8 – Parks and Recreation
Chapter 9 – Community Facilities and Public Services
Chapter 10 – Utilities
Chapter 11 – Implementation
2.1 Contours Map
2.2a Soils Map
2.2b Soils Legend
2.3 Ecological Sites Map
2.4 Metro Wildlife Corridor Map
2.5 Biological Survey Map
2.7 FEMA Floodplain Map
2.8 Shoreland Overlay Map
2.11 Development Constraints Map
5.1 Redevelopment Sites Map
6.1 Existing Zoning Map
6.2 Future Land Use Map
8.1 Existing Park Recreation Areas Map
8.2 Park Service Areas Map
8.3 Park Search Areas Map
8.4b Existing Sidewalks Trails and Future Trail Map
8.4 Existing and Future Trail Map
8.5 Regional Park and Trail Plan
9.1 Public Facilities Map