Community RE-Visioning

Thanks to all those who attended the RE-Vision public meetings.  There’s still time to submit comments online using the email addresses shown in the right column of this page.  The Vision Commission will provide a report of comments and recommendations to the City Council in the coming months.


In 2008, citizens created a vision for a better Columbia. They listed more than 100 hundred strategies to make our community a better place to live, work, play and stay connected. You are invited to “Re-Vision” Columbia for the next five years.

Imagine Columbia's Future Report

vision summary and vision statements

Check out the topic reports…

  1. What progress have you seen since the Community Vision was created?
  2. What else has happened since then?
  3. What should the community do, going forward?

Starting April 22, 2015 all RE-Vision Meetings scheduled from 6 -8 p.m.

Date Place Re-Vision Topics

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

City Council Chamber, City Hall, 701 E. Broadway Community Character; Downtown; Economic Development

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Public Conference Room, Missouri Employers Mutual, 101 N. Keene St. Education; Community Facilities; Parks and Recreation; Transportation
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Meeting Rooms A, B and C, ARC – Activity and Recreation Center, 1701 W. Ash Health, Social Services and Affordable Housing; Community Pride; Arts and Culture

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Cafeteria, Rock Bridge High School, 4303 S. Providence Road Environment; Development; Governance

Who’s Sponsoring RE-Vision?

The Columbia Vision Commission will hold these sessions every five years,
according to City ordinance.

Current Members
Maurice Harris, Chair
Alvin Cobbins, Vice-Chair
Jeremy Milarsky
Kevin Reape

I crave more information.  What can I see?

Learn more about the history, process and people involved with the Community Vision.