Vision 3.0 final report
Thank you to everyone who participated in St. Louis Park’s Vision 3.0 community engagement activities! More than 1,500 people in the community provided 4,600-plus comments on their ideas for St. Louis Park’s future.
Community involvement activities included two in-person town hall meetings; two Facebook Live town hall meetings; a survey; questions of the week on Nextdoor, Facebook and Twitter; and “One Wish for St. Louis Park” chalkboards and sandwich boards at 20 locations and events throughout the community. Additionally, 65 specially trained resident facilitators conducted 38 community conversations about the future of St. Louis Park.
The Vision 3.0 report with recommendations for areas to focus on is finalized, and the results will help inform development of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Recommendations "A place for all people"
- Develop creative housing solutions
- Develop future-focused transit and mobility solutions
- Continue to lead in environmental stewardship and ensure access to green space for future generations
- Prepare our next generations
- Commit to being a leader in racial equity and inclusion
Vision 3.0 and St. Louis Park 2040 Comprehensive PlanAs we move forward with the St. Louis Park 2040 Comprehensive Plan update in 2017/2018, the identified values, trends and recommendations of Vision 3.0 will be actualized in the plan through land use and development planning, housing goals and strategies, environmental stewardship, transportation and mobility planning, parks and trail planning, public facilities, equity, economic development and resilience.
Public engagement process
A steering committee was selected to shepherd the public engagement process. Members of the committee are Amaya Fokuo, Larry North, Justin Grays, George Hagemann, Rachel Harris, Lisa Genis, Julie Sweitzer, Matt Flory and Lynette Dumalag.