Clay County Comprehensive & Transportation Plan
NEW - Community Engagement Meeting has been Rescheduled for February 22
The community engagement meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday, February 1 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 22.
Clay County and the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Governments (Metro COG) will be holding this meeting to discuss the draft Clay County Comprehensive Plan on February 22 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Members of the public may attend in-person or virtually. This meeting will be held in Meeting Room A/B on the Third Floor of the Clay County Courthouse, 807 11 Street N, Moorhead. The meeting will include a brief presentation beginning at 6:30 PM.
Members of the public wishing to participate in the community engagement meeting virtually may go to www.claycountymn.gov/323/planning-zoning.
Please check back with this page closer to the meeting date for any in-person meeting changes.
Clay County and Metro COG began an update to the 2002 Clay County Comprehensive Plan in early 2021. The goal of this new planning process is to reflect on the needs and opportunities of the county and to develop a plan which is clear, easy to read, and is both practical and inspirational.
The primary objective of the Clay County Comprehensive and Transportation Plan is to provide a coordinated set of goals and policies that will guide decisions regarding land use, transportation, services, resources, and other needs. With the support of citizens, elected officials, and community leaders throughout the county, this plan will represent the vision for the future of the county and serve as a strategic guidebook to reach that vision. By analyzing current conditions, trends, and other indicators, the plan will set the foundation for Clay County's aspirations and provide a framework for what the county can achieve over the next 25 years.