The 2040 Comprehensive Plan is Saint Paul’s “blueprint” for guiding development in the city over the next 20 years. It was adopted in 2020 after several years of community engagement, interdepartmental collaboration, and Planning Commission and City Council review and approval. The Comprehensive Plan is available at stpaul.gov/StPaul4All.
The Comprehensive Plan also includes numerous addenda: the citywide Bicycle Plan (2015), the Pedestrian Plan (2019), the Mississippi River Corridor Plan (2002), the Central Corridor Development Strategy (2007), the Downtown Development Strategy (2003), and the Great River Passage Plan (2013).
Besides citywide plans, many Small Area Plans and District Plans (or plan summaries) have also been adopted as addenda to the Comprehensive Plan (see the Neighborhood Plans page).