Comprehensive Plans in West Virginia

The comprehensive plans provided below are designed to help communities view comprehensive plans that have been implemented in the state. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list and is for informational purposes only.

Completed by the Land Use & Sustainable Development Law Clinic

Town of Alderson Comprehensive Plan

Town of Beverly Comprehensive Plan

City of Dunbar Comprehensive Plan

City of Elkins Comprehensive Plan

Town of Fayetteville Comprehensive Plan

Harrison County Comprehensive Plan

Town of Moorefield Comprehensive Plan

City of Moundsville Comprehensive Plan

City of Mount Hope Comprehensive Plan (with Anderson & Associates, Britt Ludwig, Cambria Planning Group, and Ziegler & Ziegler L.C.)

City of Richwood Comprehensive Plan

City of Ronceverte Comprehensive Plan (with Terrell Ellis & Associates)

Town of Shepherdstown Comprehensive Plan (with Benchmark Planning)

Town of Sophia Comprehensive Plan

City of Summersville Comprehensive Plan (with AECOM, formerly URS Corporation)

City of Wellsburg Comprehensive Plan

City of Weston Comprehensive Plan

Wyoming County Comprehensive Plan

Comprehensive Plans Completed by Outside Consultants

City of Beckley Comprehensive Plan (2014)

City of Charles Town Comprehensive Plan (2006)

City of Fairmont Comprehensive Plan (2005)

City of Huntington Comprehensive Plan (2013)

City of Morgantown Comprehensive Plan (2013)

City of Ranson Comprehensive Plan (2012)

City of Westover Comprehensive Plan (2013)

Corporation of Harpers Ferry Comprehensive Plan (2007)

Greenbrier County Comprehensive Plan (2014)

Hardy County Comprehensive Plan Update (2011)

Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan (2015)

Morgan County Comprehensive Plan (2007)

City of Wheeling Comprehensive Plan (2014)

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