Department of Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED)
Mission & Values
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development works to grow a sustainable city; more people, more jobs
As we conduct our work, we strive to be:
- Effective public servants;
- Proactive, creative problem solvers;
- Responsible stewards of public resources;
- Strategic partners with enterprise, public and private entities; and
- Respectful public administrators who are responsive to the diverse cultures and changing needs of our community.
CPED is organized into four divisions: Long Range Planning, Housing Development and Policy, Economic Development and Policy, and Development Services.
Goals & Business Plan
Like all City of Minneapolis departments, CPED operates within the context of a five-year business plan, which is updated annually. Our current business plan identifies five broad, departmental goals:
- Plan and develop a vibrant, sustainable community;
- Promote private sector growth to build a healthy economy;
- Promote economic self-sufficiency for individuals and families;
- Develop and preserve life-cycle housing throughout the city; and
- Partner effectively to promote regional growth and investment.
For an outline of specific objectives and measures that relate to each of these goals, and how they relate to the citywide goals adopted by the Mayor and City Council in 2006, see our 2010-2014 Business Plan .
Programs & Services
To achieve these goals, CPED provides programs and services in the following areas:
- Planning, Zoning & Development Review
- Historic Preservation & Public Art
- Housing Development, Rehabilitation & Ownership
- Business Assistance & Finance
- Employment & Training Assistance
For complete information on these programs and services, please visit the CPED home page on the City of Minneapolis website.
Online information from the City of Minneapolis at MinneapolisMN.gov/CPED
Last updated Jul. 30, 2013