Planning & Zoning Workshop Resources
Planning and Zoning workshops for Consortium Communities were developed for communities to get a better handle on the demands of rapid growth and to sharpen the tools necessary to shape that growth. The workshops covered current best practices in planning and zoning. Listed below are each of the workbooks available for download.
Unit 1 - Introduction
Unit 2 - Comprehensive Planning
Unit 3 - Jurisdictional Mapping
Unit 4 - Zoning
Unit 5 - Subdivision Regulations
Unit 6 - Proper Procedures
Unit 7 - Roles & Responsibilities
Unit 8 - Ethics
Unit 9 - North Dakota Century Code - Township/City
Unit 10 -North Dakota Century Code - City
Zoning Enforcement Webinar Resources
Other Planning Resources
A resource and idea book intended to help small towns and rural communities support safe, accessible, comfortable, and active travel for people of all ages and abilities. It provides a bridge between existing guidance on bicycle and pedestrian design and rural practice, encourage innovation in the development of safe and appealing networks for bicycling and walking in small towns and rural areas, and show examples of peer communities and project implementation that is appropriate for rural communities.
This document is intended to serve as a resource to local jurisdictions which may engage in the planning process to address issues they are facing or goals they seek to attain. It is intended to be a “living document” which may be added to or modified over time as local jurisdictional needs shift and planning practice and theory evolve in North Dakota.
ND Moves Online Survey (Biking, Walking, Transit)
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has embarked on a planning effort called ND Moves – a plan for biking, walking, and transit along North Dakota state roadways for the next 20 years. NDDOT would like your input on challenges, opportunities, and priorities as we look to the future. Please visit the project website at www.ndmoves.dot.nd.gov to take a Brief Survey and learn more about the plan. You can also find and share the survey on Facebook and Twitter: