Community Development

Community Development


The Community Development Department handles long-range and current planning, zoning administration, historic preservation and grant administration.
  1. Current Projects
  2. Planning
  3. Zoning

Aggieville Community Vision


The Aggieville Community Vision was adopted in Spring 2017. Lead by the public input of over 4,200 participants, stakeholders, and Manhattan citizens, it identifies several redevelopment and public improvement opportunities in the district. The plan's implementation is now underway. See the plan's page for project updates.

Community Recreation Center at Douglass Park


The Community Recreation Center at Douglass Park has been proposed as a $3.4 million facility at the intersection of 10th Street and Fort Riley Boulevard at Douglass Park. It would house a basketball court, indoor walking track, and other amenities. 

Fort Riley Joint Land Use Study


Fort Riley, in cooperation with its regional partners, is updating its Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) to incorporate the growth that the region has experienced in the last decade.

Unified Development Ordinance


The city is under contract with Kendig Keast Collaborative to develop a unified development ordinance (UDO) that consolidates existing zoning and subdivision regulations, as well as land use and design guidelines, into a comprehensive guide for development in the community.