CompPlan 2030

  1. Planning

Development Services Building

171 N Ross St

Justice Wahid Cotton

Justice Wahid Cotton

planning director

CompPlan 2030 is the City of Auburn’s plan for future growth and development. It provides recommendations for the future based on public input, analysis of existing and future conditions and best planning practices. The Future Land Use Plan is a component of CompPlan 2030 that is used to help make decisions about the development and redevelopment of land in Auburn.

Current CompPlan 2030 Document

2024 Update

First adopted in October 2011, the plan is updated regularly to make sure it remains relevant over time. The last update was adopted in February 2018, and we are currently working on the next update.

CompPlan 2030 is a dynamic document, and comprehensive planning is an ongoing process. This update of CompPlan 2030 is an opportunity to incorporate incremental land use changes that have taken place over the past five years and identify planning needs for the next five years.

Proposed Updated Draft Document


The Auburn City Council and the Auburn Planning Commission held a joint work session in November 2023 to discuss the upcoming update, the City’s future land use map and the Auburn Interactive Growth Model (AIGM). Presentation | Video

Public Input

The public will have an opportunity to review the proposed changes and provide input at upcoming public meetings. The meetings will be held at the Buston Education & Meeting Center (161 N. Ross St.) at the following dates and times:

  • Thursday, March 21, 4-7 p.m.
  • Friday, March 29, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Wednesday, April 10, 3-6 p.m.

For documents and presentations related to past versions of the plan, visit the archive page.