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Rapid City wants public input on Comprehensive Plan

Rapid City, South Dakota seen from Dinosaur Park.
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Rapid City, South Dakota seen from Dinosaur Park.

Rapid City leaders want public input on its new Comprehensive Plan. City officials want to know what elements of the city are the most important to protect and where the biggest opportunities for change are.

They say they're developing the document toserve as a long-term strategic plan. Once adopted, it will guide the city’s development and decision-making through goals for housing, transportation, economy, and more.

The city plans to conduct research and hold events for its comprehensive plan in four phases over the next two years.

Visit the city's website to learn more about the project and submit feedback.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."