Comprehensive Plan - Adopted February 2010
The City is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan. Information on the 2040 Comprehensive Planning Process is available at stpaul.gov/saintpaul4all.
The current Comprehensive Plan completed the adoption process on February 24, 2010. The following files are formatted for web-viewing but may still take time to upload. If you would like a higher-resolution document, please contact Jake Reilly. You may also be interested in downloading a poster summarizing the key policies and strategies or key maps and figures in the Comprehensive Plan.
- Land Use Plan
- Transportation Plan
- Parks and Recreation Plan
- Housing Plan
- Water Resources Management Plan
- Historic Preservation Plan
The Comprehensive Plan also includes adopted Small Area Plan and District Plan summaries (which are included in the Neighborhood Plans page), the Mississippi River Corridor Plan (2002), Central Corridor Development Strategy (2007), Downtown Development Strategy (2003), Great River Passage Plan (2013), and Saint Paul Bicycle Plan (2015).
Five-Year Consolidated Plan for Saint Paul, 2015-2019
The City's five-year Consolidated Plan is the document submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that serves as the planning guide for entitlements funded under the Community Planning and Development (CPD) formula to include grant programs. The grant programs are:
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
- Home Investment Partnership (HOME)
- Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG)
The five-year Consolidated Plan provides an assessment of the City's housing and community development needs; a Strategic Plan for addressing these needs; and a specific one-year Action Plan for the use of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grants funds. The five-year Consolidated Plan is a document submitted to HUD with the intention to project and identify the comprehensive housing affordability strategy and community development needs.