Current Comprehensive Plan

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The comprehensive plan is an official statement used to guide development, redevelopment and historic preservation in the City of St. Louis Park. It sets forth policies and programs that govern land use, transportation, public facilities, economic development and housing. It also includes details about the city's environmental resources and individual plans for each of the city's 35 neighborhoods.  

Comprehensive Plan 2030

I. Vision St. Louis Park

II. Comprehensive planning

III. Who we are - Demographics

IV. Why we are a livable community

A. Planning context
B. Land use plan
C. Redevelopment plan
D. Housing plan
E. Historic preservation
F. Plan by neighborhood

    V. Connecting our community - Transportation

    A. Highways and streets
    B. Transit
    C. Bicycles and pedestrians
    D. Freight rail
    E. Aviation

      VI. Where we gather

      A. Parks and open space

        VII. Environmental stewardship

        A. Environmental resources
        B. Public health
        C. Water
        D. Solid waste
        E. Sanitary sewer
        F. Surface water
        G. Other utilities

          VIII. How we govern

          A. City organization
          B. Public safety

            IX. Plan implementation


            A. Water supply plan
            B. Inflow and infiltration study
            C. Surface water management plan
            D. Capital improvements plan

              Vision St. Louis Park

              The last two times a new comprehensive plan was developed (in the late-1990s and late-2000s), the process began with Vision St. Louis Park. Vision St. Louis Park involves the whole community in setting goals for the city’s future.

              In 2018, the comprehensive plan will be updated to reflect changes and discuss new initiates of the city. For more information, contact Meg McMonigal at or 952.924.2573.

              Neighborhood report

              In order to update the plan by neighborhood chapter of the comprehensive plan, the city organized a neighborhood input process in 2009. Here is the report that describes and summarizes the process, input and key findings.