§ 150.03 CONTENT.
   The Comprehensive Plan include the following:
   (A)   Careful and comprehensive surveys and studies of existing conditions and the probable future growth of the municipality and its environs.
   (B)   Maps, plats, charts, and descriptive material presenting basic information, locations, extent and character of any of the following:
      (1)   History, population, and physical site conditions;
      (2)   Land use, including the height, area, bulk, location and use of private and public structures and premises;
      (3)   Population densities;
      (4)   Community centers and neighborhood units;
      (5)   Blighted and slum areas;
      (6)   Streets and highways, including bridges, viaducts, subways, parkways, and other public places;
      (7)   Sewers, sanitation, and drainage, including handling treatment, and disposal of excess drainage waters, sewage, garbage, refuse, and other wastes;
      (8)   Stream pollution;
      (9)   Flood control and its prevention;
      (10)   Public and private utilities, including water, light, heat, communication, and other services;
      (11)   Transportation, including rail, bus, truck, air and water transport and their terminal facilities.
      (12)   Local mass transit, including motor and trolley bus; street, elevated or underground railways, and taxicabs;
      (13)   Parks and recreation, including parks, playground, reservations, forests, wildlife refuges, and other public grounds, spaces, and facilities of a recreational nature;
      (14)   Public buildings and institutions, including governmental administration and service buildings, hospitals, infirmaries, clinics, penal and correctional institutions, and other civic and social service buildings;
      (15)   Education, including location and extent of schools, colleges, and universities;
      (16)   Land utilization, including agriculture, forests, and other uses;
      (17)   Conservation of water, soil, agricultural and mineral resources; and
      (18)   Any other factors which are a part of the physical, economic, or social situation within the city.
   (C)   Reports, maps, charts, and recommendations setting forth plans for the development, redevelopment, improvement, extension, and revisions of the subjects and physical situations set out in division (B) of this section, so as to substantially accomplish the purpose of this Plan.
   (D)   Long-range development programs of public works projects with a view to stabilizing industry and employment and the keeping of those programs up-to-date by annual revisions. These long-range development programs shall be based upon the recommended plans of the Advisory Plan Commission, and shall further serve the purpose of eliminating unplanned, unsightly, untimely, and extravagant projects.
   (E)   A long-range financial program of governmental expenditures so that the development program can be carried out and kept up-to-date for all taxing units within the city to assure efficient and economic use of public funds.
(Ord. 110380, passed 11-3-80; Am. Ord. 091514A, passed 11-17-14)