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The City of Wooster Winter Newsletter

The City of Wooster's Winter Newsletter is now available here. Features include details about community reinvestment programs, a description of the housing inspections currently being performed in the traditional residental neighborhoods, information concerning the recent increase in the city's ISO insurance rating for its ability to provide fire protection, a summary of the city's 2014 budget and a message from Mayor Bob Breneman.

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The City of Wooster's Comprehensive Plan Update Wooster Envisioned

Project Overview

The City of Wooster initiated the process of updating our Comprehensive Plan, which began in October of 2013 and is projected to be complete by the end of summer 2014. The Plan serves as a guide for the future of Wooster and incorporates topics including land use, transportation, utilities, public safety services, and parks. The process of updating the Plan, entitled "Wooster Envisioned", has been coordinated by City Staff and the city's consultant for the project, OHM Advisors. Additionally, a steering committee has been formed for the project to inform the process and provide detailed feedback and a telephonic survey of city residents has been conducted to gather information from the community.

Public Meetings

Public input is an essential aspect of the Wooster Envisioned process. To participate, you can attend the next public meeting which will be held on Thursday, May 15th from 6-8 PM at the Wooster High School Library (515 Oldman Rd - Second Floor).

Wooster Envisioned Website

You can also visit the Wooster Envisioned website at to see ideas provided by the community. Over 890 visitors have viewed the site and contributed topics and ideas including strengthening downtown, incorporating greenways and bike paths, and creating a true gateway into the City.

For questions regarding the Comprehensive Plan, or the Wooster Envisioned process, contact Andrew Dutton at (330) 263-5238 or