2040 Comprehensive Plan


We want to hear from you - what are your thoughts for the future of Farmington?

After three months of outreach efforts, we have come up with some draft vision statements. Please take a moment to review and complete the survey at:



Phase #1 of the Comprehensive Plan Update process, Foundation & Visioning, is complete. Thanks to everyone who joined us at events and meetings to provide input. A complete summary of Phase #1 is available here: Phase 1 Outreach Summary

Phase 1 focused on collecting input on Farmington's values to help inform a shared vision. 

Logan Simpson was hired by City Council to facilitate the Comprehensive Plan Update Process. They have developed comprehensive plans, downtown plans;mobility, housing and economic plans for communities in Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Arizona. For more information visit their website at: Logan SimpsonLS logo


The City of Farmington is updating its 2002 Comprehensive Plan to reflect the City’s transformation from an economy traditionally reliant on oil, gas, and coal extraction, to one that is much more diverse. Additionally, many of the recommended programs, projects, and actions were implemented in the past 16 years! This new economic future is envisioned to be based on outdoor recreation, tourism, becoming a retirement destination, manufacturing, education, and health services. The updated Comprehensive Plan will provide recommendations to assist Farmington’s governing bodies in decision-making, and to move policy and development forward in an intentional and productive way that is conducive to transforming Farmington into a healthy and sustainable economy for the future.

The Comprehensive Plan will be an adopted document to guide development within the City, and will provide vision, goals, objectives, and actions necessary to direct the City’s progress over the next 20 years. The Plan will assess opportunities and challenges facing the City and set priorities for implementation outlining specific actions and practical results.

Send an email with your ideas or to request information: comprehensiveplanupdate@fmtn.org

Farmington CIP Process and Timeline (1)