Ensuring that we have housing options to accommodate the workforce of Plano. This includes people from retail workers to company executives. Those who work in Plano should have the ability to live in Plano if they want to.
Working within the city and with regional partners to expand options for non-automobile transit. This could include bike lanes, public transit or other options.
Prioritizing smart development that balances the community feel of Plano with a city that also has an eye to the future. This allows our city to remain attractive and competitive for residents and businesses that want to relocate here.
Ensuring that Plano remains a city that is diverse and welcoming to people of all creeds, races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations/gender identities. This diversity is a strength, and we should be leveraging it, not weaponizing it.
Prioritize the safety and community feel of our neighborhoods by zoning STRs out of single family neighborhoods. Supports a registration and permitting process for STRs that reduces legal liability to the city