In August of 2014, the Clive City council performed an update to the annual strategic plan and outlined a new goal for the Greenbelt identified as the creation of a “Distinctive Clive Greenbelt.” The city understands that the Greenbelt is viewed as the major asset for the Clive community and has focused on preserving and enhancing this asset through the strategic plan. During their strategic planning workshop, the City Council outlined the following objectives with an emphasis on creating a “Distinctive Clive Greenbelt”:
1) Neighborhoods connected to the Greenbelt
2) Stabilized Walnut Creek
3) Easy access to the Greenbelt with effective wayfinding signage
4) Extended, well maintained trail
5) Businesses along the Greenbelt at designated areas
Based on the strategic plan’s priorities, the council launched a master planning effort in the spring of 2015 to successfully define the role of the greenbelt and drive strategic investments in the Greenbelt area for the next 20 – 25 years. On October 27, 2016 the City Council formally adopted the new Greenbelt Master Plan, readying the Plan for the implementation phase. The master plan is broken down into three primary phases: Visioning, Design Criteria and Standards and an Implementation Plan.
Due to file size the master plan has been partitioned. Please be patient as some of these sections may require additional download time.