Williston and Williams County Regional Plan Update
In January 2015 the City of Williston, Williams County and the North Dakota Department of Transportation began a joint project updating the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan addresses the City of Williston and the surrounding area in Williams County. The study area boundary is approximately one mile west and north of the Williston NW Bypass (US
85), and one mile east of County Highway 9 on the east side of the study area. The southern boundary of the study area consists of the Missouri River. The plan is referred to as the Williston and Williams County Regional Plan Update. This plan consists of a comprehensive land use plan, transportation plan and corridor studies on portions of US Highway 2 and a portion of State Route 1804.
In November, 2016 the full
drafts went out for public review and comment.
Revisions since those public meetings have been made and are now being
brought forward as the final drafts for the public hearing process. The first meeting will be a public hearing
before the City and County Planning and Zoning Commissions. The public hearing will be held:
Thursday, February 16th, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
in meeting room 1 of the Williston Area Recreation Center.
Williston Area Recreation
822 18th Street
Williston, ND 58801
Williston and Williams County Comprehensive Plan
Williston and Williams County Transportation Plan
Corridor A Study (from the 4 Mile Corner west of Williston to the 6 Mile Corner north of Williston)
Corridor B Study (from the Montana State Line to the 4 Mile Corner west of Williston)
Corridor C Study (from the 6 Mile corner north of Williston north to the 13 Mile Corner)
Corridor D Study (Hwy 1804 from the Little Muddy River Crossing west to 123rd Ave/County Road 42)
Corridor E Study (Hwy 1804 from Hwy 2/85 west to the Little Muddy River Crossing)
February 19, 2015 Public Input Meeting Presentation:
January 15, 2015 Public Input Meeting Presentation: