Report progress on one or more implementation actions


Create a TDR and/or PDR program, with areas sending their development rights to receiving areas that are permitted to build with increased densities to protect environmentally sensitive areas such as forested lands, steep slopes, and riparian corridors and buffers

Public Prioritization


Time Frame / Progress

long term
Community Partners
Community Partners
Implementation Type: Ordinance

Participants & Stakeholders:
Boone County, Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, Greenbelt Land Trust of Mid-Missouri, Missouri Farm Bureau, State of Missouri, USDA

Primary Indicator(s):
Development of a TDR or PDR program

Evaluation Criteria:
Use of TDR or PDR program (number of acres)

Milestones/ Work Products to Date:

Supporting Documents / Resources:

No supporting documents available.


  • Implementation Type: What tool or legal instrument will accomplish the policies, strategies and actions?
  • Primary Indicator(s): What will have to change or be developed?
  • Evaluation Criteria: How to measure success? (may include short-term target, e.g. code amendment adopted, followed by long-term results such as an increase or decrease of a targeted element)

Time Frame Measurements (as defined by Columbia Imagined, p. 150):

  • Short-Term: 1-2 years Short-Term: 1-2 years
  • Medium-Term: 3-5 years Medium-Term: 3-5 years
  • Long-Term: More than 5 years Longterm more than 5 years
  • Action Complete Complete

Is the action item appropriate for the Planning and Zoning Commission’s annual work program, or will the PZC and staff need to collaborate with Community Partners?

  • PZC Work ProgramPZC Work Program
  • Community Partners Community Partners