There will be two opportunities for the public to provide input on the Kerrville 2050 Comprehensive Plan, according to the City of Kerrville.

Open houses for the comprehensive plan are scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday and from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday. Both open houses will be at City Hall, 701 Main St.

The draft Future Land Use Plan and Thoroughfare Plan recommendations will be on display for review and comment. The drafts have been developed over the course of nearly eight months and are based on input received at the community retreat in November, community open houses in February, online and in-person surveys, as well as work by seven subcommittees and the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.

The steering committee, which has been meeting since September, will meet again May 7 to look at draft plan components and May 30 to finalize its recommendation.

The final opportunity for community input will be at the public hearings leading to the adoption of the Kerrville 2050 Comprehensive Plan, which are set for June 7 at the planning and zoning commission meeting and June 12 at the city council meeting.

Final adoption is scheduled for June 26.

For more information on the comprehensive plan, visit

Staff. “Kerrville 2050 Open Houses Scheduled for Thursday and Friday.” Kerrville Daily Times, 15 Apr. 2018,