In the past, this was not much of a problem because open land was easy to find. Today, however, these large open tracks are parceled out and sold off at an ever-increasing rate. Therefore, managing growth responsibly now is more essential than ever before. The challenge is to design acceptable alternatives that decrease urban sprawl. Otherwise, if left unchecked, we will continue to see large parcels of land consumed by single-family housing developments. We have seen what this looks like in other urban areas and we still have time to choose a different path. Join us this Friday at noon for a discussion on managing growth.
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Post Falls Planning Division
The PFPD strives to enhance the livability of the City of Post Falls by working with citizens, business owners, and the development community on land use management, the environment and economy, and public and private property development. Growth has been relatively constant over the last 30 years, said Jonathon Manley, the City of Post Falls’ planning manager. Since the U.S. Census Bureau reported the city’s population at 7,349 in 1990, Post Falls has grown by roughly 10,000 residents every decade.