Welcome to Minneapolis 2040—
The City's Draft Comprehensive Plan
Minneapolis is growing, and will continue to grow. Done right, this new growth can help our city become a healthy, sustainable, and thriving place for all.
Minneapolis 2040 is a draft Comprehensive Plan that shapes how the city will grow and change. The draft covers topics such as housing, job access, the design of new buildings, and how we use our streets. Over the past two years, the people of Minneapolis have told us a lot about their vision and hopes for the future of our city. A main theme we heard is that as the city grows, everyone must benefit from that growth. Historically, not everyone has. This draft plan is one opportunity to undo barriers and overcome inequities created by a history of policies in our city that have prevented equitable access to housing, jobs, and investments.
Add your voice! The City is currently reaching out to the Minneapolis community to discuss this draft plan and to encourage review and feedback. Sign up for updates and follow us on Twitter to learn about specific opportunities to engage. Consider attending an open house in May. We also invite your feedback on the draft plan via this website—click here to learn how you can comment. Public input will continue through July 22, 2018.
The Minneapolis 2040 Goals describe the outcomes this draft plan is working to achieve. This section provides background information for each of the goals and displays the draft policies that are intended to achieve each goal. More about Goals...
Learn about the purpose and intent of Minneapolis 2040 - the City's Draft Comprehensive Plan. Read the overview.
CREATION OF THE PLAN
Minneapolis 2040 reflects two years of civic engagement. Learn how your input helped craft the draft plan.
NAVIGATING THE PLAN
The draft Comprehensive Plan is made up of goals, policies, action steps, and maps. Learn how to navigate Minneapolis 2040.
COMMENTING ON THE PLAN
From March 22 through July 22, 2018, the City will be reaching out to the Minneapolis community to discuss this draft plan and to encourage review and feedback. Offer your perspective in person or online.