In New Mexico, the authority to plan and manage land use is vested in local governments. With that authority, municipalities and counties adopt plans and various ordinances that control land use and development in their jurisdictions.
Within MRCOG’s planning area, comprehensive and special purpose plans are adopted and updated periodically as communities change and grow. These plans are carried out by administering policies, budgeting financial resources, and enforcing regulations.
Below is a list of comprehensive plans and special studies developed my MRCOG in coordination with the local entity. These plans may have been updated. To find the most current plan, please contact the entity directly.