The Town of Indian Trail adopted its first Comprehensive Plan in 2005. The Plan provides guidance for future development in Indian Trail and establishes a guide for zoning, land use, economic development, public facilities and utilities decision-making by Town officials.
The Downtown Master Plan, adopted in 2006, is a small area plan that works in collaboration with the Comprehensive Plan to help guide future development specifically in the downtown area. The guidelines of the Downtown Master Plan are intended to provide the tools for creating a vibrant downtown which promotes a diversity of uses and users, while promoting opportunities to live, work and play.
The Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan was adopted 2009. Its purpose is to ensure that the Town develops a pedestrian friendly environment. It was the culmination of over a year of work that began with the award of an NCDOT Pedestrian Planning Grant. The development of the Plan included the selection of a consultant, public outreach, extensive fieldwork, as well as in-depth geographic and planning analyses.
The Town of Indian Trail completed its first Park and Greenway Master Plan in February 2010. This comprehensive plan sets forth recommendations and implementation strategies for recreational facilities within Town and provides a proposed Park and Greenway system for development.
The Town of Indian Trail was awarded a grant in 2009 from NCDOT through their Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grant Initiative. The purpose of the plan is to provide a well connected bicycle network to allow residents an alternative means to safely reach destinations via the bicycle.