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Master Plan  (June 2021)

Click here to view the Hagåtña Master Plan.

This is the HRRA May 2018 approved version of Hagåtña Master Plan that included minor revisions on spelling and formatting; and the results of the second Master Plan public workshop. No revisions to the technical content of the Master Plan were made after it was approved by the HRRA Board.

The Hagåtña Restoration and Redevelopment Authority (HRRA) is updating the 2005 Master Plan for Hagåtña.  A master plan can be described as an expression of a community's vision of it's future as expressed through goals, policies, mapping and graphics. A master plan helps in directing decisions relating to land use, roads, housing, utilities and other related concerns in order to achieve its vision.


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Design Guidelines Public Draft (June 2021)

Click here to view the Hagåtña Design Guidelines.

The City of Hagåtña’s Design Guidelines provide land owners and developers with guidance on the types and quality of design expected in Hagåtña. The Design Guidelines will be used to influence new development and redevelopment projects in the city in a manner that builds on the city’s historic, cultural, and social assets, while forging a path for the city to realize its full economic


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Map Atlas (2021)

Click here to view the Map Atlas for the Hagåtña Master Plan.

This atlas summarizes and highlights information on existing conditions and trends in clear and concise graphic format. Existing conditions information in this document include Community Development, Mobility and Transit, Public Facilities and Services, and Environmental Resources and Hazards.  This is an update of the 2005 Hagåtña Master Plan Research Report. This update reflects existing conditions as of 2015.

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Existing Plans and Reports

  • Fact Sheet 1: Project Overview - “The first informational brochure (or fact sheet) describes the purpose, goals, and objectives of the Master Plan process and methods to provide input into the process. The fact sheet also outlines the various steps of the planning process. This brochure can be used to brief meeting participants and the general public on the project.” Click here to open in new window.


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