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Public Input
Overview
Throughout the Ford site planning effort, the City will convene periodic public or Ford Site Planning Task Force meetings to present, review, or comment on ongoing planning activities and analyses.

Meetings of the Ford Site Planning Task Force are open to public attendance, though discussion during the meetings is generally confined to members of the task force, staff, consultants, and invited guests.

The public can provide input at regular public meetings or by sending an email to City staff. Public input that is emailed will be provided to the Ford Site Planning Task Force members, if requested.

There will also be periodic opportunities to provide your thoughts through the City's online engagement platform - Open Saint Paul.

PUBLIC MEETINGS

Next Public Meetings:

Bike, Pedestrian and Transit for the Ford Site - meeting flier to be posted in early April
Thursday, April 16th
7:00 - 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (corner of Snelling and Highland Pkwy)

Streets and Parking at the Ford Site - meeting flier to be posted in mid April
Thursday, April 30th
7:00 - 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (corner of Snelling and Highland Pkwy)


Many meetings coming up!  Look for notices on meetings to be held every 4-6 weeks throughout the winter and spring of 2015 on different topics related to the Ford work, such as
- Stormwater management and other infrastructure
- Zoning
- Jobs and Services
- and more...

Topics, dates and times will be posted here when available.

Past meeting agendas and summaries


Open Saint Paul - Share Your Thoughts
The City of Saint Paul along with community partners, is leading the charge to evaluate key urban design and planning activities that focus on energy, jobs, transportation, and zoning ahead of Ford Land's national request for proposals to attract a master developer for the site.

For this first Open Saint Paul forum for the Ford Site, we want to hear from you about urban neighborhoods.

  1. What makes a great urban neighborhood? Are there neighborhoods that we should look to as inspiration for redevelopment of the Ford site? If so, what are they, where, and what makes them great?
  2. Show us photo examples of great urban neighborhoods.

Recent Public Input

February 28, 2015 - Parks and Open Space
Meeting Video
Meeting Presentation
Table Topics for input
Public Input from the meeting (to be posted soon)

January 29, 2015 - Energy Study Update
Meeting Video
Energy Study update presentation

November 10, 2014 - Regional Meeting
Meeting Video

Presentations:
Vision to Implementation
Decommissioning Update
Principles & Participation
Riverview Corridor Study

Input from the break out tables

Youthful ideas - What to do with the redeveloped Ford site? Highland Catholic School 5th and 8th graders share their inspiration!


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