TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – The city of Twin Falls is asking residents to review and comment on a draft proposal of Twin Falls Vision 2035.

The comprehensive plan will be sued by city leaders to provide direction on policy, budget and day-to-day operations. According to information by the city:

The plan identifies several key issues that include: new development and the redevelopment of existing buildings and properties; programs and services provided to the community by the city; new parks, trails, neighborhoods, and community facilities; land use development policies; as well as to guide decisions on the city budget, timing for capital improvements, and review of development proposals.

Once you review the draft, you have until Aug. 17 to submit feedback to Zoning and Development Director Rene'e Carraway or by taking the online survey. After that, the plan will be revised based on any additional feedback, and then it will move toward the final public hearings and subsequent adoption.