The Development Services Department for the City of Wagoner is your one stop shop for development, construction, and maintenance of property within the City of Wagoner. Development Services provides guidance on land use and zoning matters and reviews development applications to ensure consistency with long-range plans that the City has adopted. Development Services also ensures that all development improvements comply with state and local development laws. Development Services staff provides support for the Wagoner the Wagoner Economic Development Authority, Metropolitan Area Planning Commission, Board of Adjustments, and City Council.
Our inspections division provides support to all applicants for building permits to ensure a smooth transition and timeline on development matters. Our code compliance division enforces city codes related to property maintenance to ensure a safe and clean environment for all of Wagoner to enjoy.
The City of Wagoner provides current planning services for the development community in Wagoner. Current planning operations are the day-to-day planning and a development activities that City Staff supports to ensure a stream lined development review process. Current planning includes permitting, plan review, land use, zoning, stormwater management, floodplain management, subdivision of land, variances, and special exceptions.
Long Range Planning
Long range planning is the development of long term planning strategies for future development. This type of planning considers longer time frames to achieve goals and objectives identified in plans. Long range plans can range from 5 years to 50 years. Long range plans can be found in the form of comprehensive plans, small area plans, and capital improvements plans.
The City of Wagoner is currently working on the comprehensive plan for Wagoner. Re:Imagine Wagoner is a 20 year development plan for the City of Wagoner. The planning process began in October of 2016 in the form of a community wide survey distributed online, the newspaper, and utility bills. Later, a steering committee was formed to direct the form and contents of the plan.
There are 8 key elements identified in the plan:
- Land Use
- Parks & Recreation
- Historic Preservation
- City Facilities
- Economic Development
- City Governance
After the elements were defined, City Staff compiled information and produced the Existing Conditions Report, which can be found below. The report includes analysis of demographics, land uses, community outreach (community survey/community input event), dilapidated structures survey, and a sidewalk inventory. The report was constructed to inform the steering committee and help facilitate the development of goals and objectives for each elements listed above.
Currently the steering committee is working hard to develop goals and objectives for the comprehensive plan. Once those are compiled, an implementation plan will be created to ensure the goals and objectives will be met. Before the comprehensive plan is brought before council for adoption there will also be public hearings to allow for public comment on the entire plan.
Existing Conditions Report