The Minneapolis Plan (2000)

The Minneapolis Plan was adopted by the Mayor and City Council on March 24, 2000 as the City’s official comprehensive plan. It was replaced by the Minneapolis Plan for Sustainable Growth, adopted October 2, 2009.

The Minneapolis Plan consists of four volumes:

Resources

The following documents are provided as resources for users of The Minneapolis Plan:

Amendments

Since it was adopted in 2000, the Policy Document of The Minneapolis Plan has been amended several times. Below is a listing of the specific amendments and an overview of what the amendments covered.

Transit Station Areas (TSAs)

Housing

Tier II Sewer Plan

West Broadway

Housekeeping

Sustainability

Southeast Minneapolis Industrial (SEMI) Area

Mississippi River Critical Area Plan

For More Information

Minneapolis CPED, Planning Division
250 S 4th Street, Room 110 PSC
Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 673-2597

Last updated Mar 5, 2012