2040 Comprehensive Plan Update

Get involved with the update of the Comprehensive Plan

On October 17, the City Council will receive presentations and interview two consulting firms for the Comprehensive Plan update. The City invites community members to review the proposals, listen to the interviews, and provide feedback to the Council before they select a consulting firm.

Final Proposals

WSB & Associates (6.0 MB PDF)
Cuningham Group (6.0 MB PDF)

You are encouraged to attend the October 17 meeting or watch it on Cable Channel 16; the meeting can also be viewed online as it happens and afterward at www.cityofroseville.com/webstreaming. The Council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive. The Council's agenda with a staff report about the proposals and the estimated time of the consultants' presentations can be found here: Council Agenda.

You are welcome to let the Council know which firm you prefer by responding to a brief survey.  The survey (in paper form) will be available in the Council Chambers at the meeting on October 17 and at the Community Development Department counter until October 28 between the hours of 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.  You can also access the survey online here: 2040 Comp Plan Consultant Selection Survey.  The survey must be completed and received by the Community Development Office by the end of the day, Sunday, October 30.
Survey results will be tallied and included in the City Council’s November 7 packet, when the Council will make its final decision.

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

A comprehensive plan is a tool for guiding the growth, redevelopment, and overall improvement of a city. For example, Roseville’s current 2030 Comprehensive Plan identifies not only a land-use plan, but also develops a broader framework to help shape the character of the community and enhance the quality of life.

What is the role of the Comp Plan in shaping Roseville's future?

The current plan aims to do the following:
  • Create and sustain the elements that define Roseville’s character, heritage, and identity.
  • Influence the economic health of the community by attracting new investment and guiding it to proper locations and by protecting existing investments through the promotion of strong residential neighborhoods and business districts.
  • Shape the future of municipal government by identifying needed public improvements that facilitate and sustain development.

Why does the Comp Plan need to be updated?

Roseville is about to begin the process of reviewing the 2030 Comprehensive Plan and recalibrating it to ensure that it continues to reflect the community’s collective vision for its future and align with the Metropolitan Council’s plan for the region.