Final planned community workshop for AIM Norman Initiative on April 11, 2024

Norman residents are invited to provide their thoughts on the city’s future at an April workshop scheduled as part of the City of Norman's Area and Infrastructure Master Plan (AIM Norman).


The come-and-go workshop is set for 6:30-8 p.m., April 11 at Kennedy Elementary, 621 Sunrise. At the workshop, residents can learn about, and provide feedback on, various elements of city infrastructure, services and growth.


The AIM Norman plan will help shape the course of the community over the next two decades through the insights and engagement of Norman community members. AIM Norman represents a crucial roadmap that will provide essential guidance to city leaders and decision-makers as the community plans for the future.


This is the final planned community workshop but that doesn’t mean the planning team will stop collecting public input. Team members will continue meeting with various groups and organizations, hosting pop-up events and soliciting comments and information through the AIM Norman website.


Materials utilized in the workshops, including maps and designs, are for planning purposes and discussion. No decisions or determinations have yet been made regarding final recommendations.


The planning team will collate resident input into a draft land use plan that will be shared with the Steering Committee and the public for review and feedback. The study is guided by RDG Planning & Design and Garver, in close partnership with the City of Norman. Launched in September 2023, the project is expected to be completed late this year.


To learn more about the plan and become involved, visit