7.1.104: AREAS OF CONSIDERATION:
The following areas shall be considered in formulating the Comprehensive Plan:
   A.   Present procedures for guiding the public and private development of land shall be reviewed, and when desirable, changes to such procedures shall be considered.
   B.   Existing natural conditions shall be used to the extent possible in determining the type, density and intensity of public and private development of land within the planning jurisdiction of the City.
   C.   Public improvements, existing and planned, shall be considered as a means to effect the public and private development of land within the planning jurisdiction of the City.
   D.   Public utilities, existing and planned, shall be considered as a factor in guiding public and private development of land within the planning jurisdiction of the City.
   E.   Maximum utilization of existing public investments shall be considered in guiding public and private development of land within the planning jurisdiction of the City.
   F.   That the City may have to provide a broader range of public improvements than undertaken in the past.
   G.   Matters which may affect community character and quality of life of the citizens of Colorado Springs.
   H.   That all of the above areas of consideration must be correlated, integrated and coordinated in establishing a Comprehensive Plan. (Ord. 91-30; Ord. 01-42)