Philadelphia2035, the City's Comprehensive Plan, makes recommendations for actions that the Mayor, City Council, City agencies and community partners can take to improve neighborhoods and attract investment.
Phase two of Philadelphia 2035, these 18 District Plans provide recommendations on land use, zoning, City facilities, historic preservation, vacant land management, parks and recreation, transportation, and public investments.
Philadelphia2035 recommends the completion and adoption of a Trail Master Plan to coordinate future trail development in the city. The Trail Master Plan, adopted in July 2013, inventories existing and proposed trails and prioritizes new projects.
The Philadelphia Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan presents pedestrian and bicycle existing conditions, recommended facilities and policies, and general best practices for infrastructure citywide. The Plan was adopted by the Commission in June 2012.
PCPC’s Community Planning Division prepares plans for neighborhoods, redevelopment areas and other geographic sections of the city. Staff also has an advisory role in independent community-based plans.