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On December 7, 2018, the Minneapolis City Council directed staff to submit a final draft of Minneapolis 2040 to the Metropolitan Council for their review. This final draft is available in PDF form while staff works to update the interactive website to reflect all of the changes adopted by the City Council.

Policies

All Draft Comprehensive Plan Policies

Each policy supports one or more of the goals and topics of the plan.

  1. 1. Access to Housing
  2. 2. Access to Employment
  3. 3. Production and Processing
  4. 4. Access to Commercial Goods and Services
  5. 5. Visual Quality of New Development
  6. 6. Pedestrian-Oriented Building and Site Design
  7. 7. Public Realm
  8. 8. Public Safety Through Environmental Design
  9. 9. Open Spaces in New Development
  10. 10. Street Grid
  11. 11. Skyways
  12. 12. Lighting
  13. 13. Landscaping
  14. 14. Tree Canopy and Urban Forest
  15. 15. Transportation and Equity
  16. 16. Environmental Impacts of Transportation
  17. 17. Complete Streets
  18. 18. Pedestrians
  19. 19. Bicycling
  20. 20. Transit
  21. 21. Freight
  22. 22. Downtown Transportation
  23. 23. Coordinated Development Strategy
  24. 24. Shared Mobility
  25. 25. Innovations in Transportation and Infrastructure
  26. 26. Vision Zero
  27. 27. Transportation Partnerships
  28. 28. MSP Airport
  29. 29. Arts and Creative Spaces, Venues, and Districts
  30. 30. Emphasize the Value of Minneapolis' Arts and Culture
  31. 31. Artists and Creative Workers
  32. 32. Arts and Culture in Community Development
  33. 33. Affordable Housing Production and Preservation
  34. 34. Cultural Districts
  35. 35. Innovative Housing Types
  36. 36. Innovative Housing Strategies & Data-Driven Decisions
  37. 37. Mixed Income Housing
  38. 38. Affordable Housing near Transit and Job Centers
  39. 39. Fair Housing
  40. 40. Homelessness
  41. 41. Tenant Protections
  42. 42. Expand Homeownership
  43. 43. Housing Displacement
  44. 44. Comprehensive Investments
  45. 45. Leverage Housing Programs to Benefit Community
  46. 46. Healthy Housing
  47. 47. Housing Quality
  48. 48. Freeway Remediation
  49. 49. Educational and Economic Access
  50. 50. Access to Technology
  51. 51. Healthy Pre-K Development
  52. 52. Human Capital and a Trained Workforce
  53. 53. Quality of Life
  54. 54. Supporting Economic Growth
  55. 55. Business Innovation and Expansion
  56. 56. Supporting Small Businesses
  57. 57. Cluster Strategy
  58. 58. Business Districts and Corridors
  59. 59. Downtown
  60. 60. Intrinsic Value of Properties
  61. 61. Environmental Justice
  62. 62. Contaminated Sites
  63. 63. Food Access
  64. 64. Food Businesses
  65. 65. Urban Agriculture and Food Production REVISED
  66. 66. Air Quality
  67. 67. Climate Resilient Communities
  68. 68. Energy Efficient and Sustainable Buildings
  69. 69. Renewable and Carbon-Free Energy
  70. 70. Ecology and Habitat
  71. 71. Soil Health
  72. 72. Sustainable Water System Management
  73. 73. Stormwater Management
  74. 74. Integration of Water Management into Development
  75. 75. Waste Reduction
  76. 76. New Parks
  77. 77. Park Access
  78. 78. Park Design and Programming
  79. 79. Healthy Youth Development
  80. 80. Development Near METRO Stations
  81. 81. Social Connectedness REVISED
  82. 82. Aging REVISED
  83. 83. People with Disabilities REVISED
  84. 84. Public Safety REVISED
  85. 85. Access to Health, Social and Emergency Service
  86. 86. Healthy Food in Institutions REVISED
  87. 88. Public Services Policy
  88. 89. Technology in the City Enterprise REVISED
  89. 90. Technology in the Economy REVISED
  90. 91. Heritage Preservation Outreach REVISED
  91. 92. Identify and Evaluate Historic Resources REVISED
  92. 93. Stewarding Historic Properties REVISED
  93. 94. Heritage Preservation Regulation REVISED
  94. 95. Heritage Preservation Financial Incentives REVISED
  95. 96. Cultural Heritage and Preservation Recognition REVISED
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