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Burnsville 2040 Comprehensive Plan Update
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State law requires that all cities and counties in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area adopt a Comprehensive Plan. These plans provide a road map for communities looking 20 years into the future. In May 2016, Burnsville began work on a major update of its existing Comprehensive Plan to look at growth and development into the year 2040.
What is a Comprehensive Plan?
Comprehensive Plans identify a community’s long-term vision, goals, policies, strategies and options for guiding future changes and investments. In Burnsville, this plan will address future land use, economic development, transportation, city services/facilities, natural resources, housing, neighborhoods and youth initiatives.
What is the Process?
In general, the process involves:
A full review and evaluation of the current comprehensive plan
Identification of specific issues that need updating
In-depth exploration of the City’s primary areas of focus
Community review and input opportunities
A comprehensive update of the plan
Plan review and adoption by the Burnsville’s Planning Commission and City Council
The City is working with planning consultants Hoisington Koegler Group Inc. to assist with the process. A Review Panel, which consists of Planning Commissioners and other community members representing residents, businesses, youth, community services and visitors is also involved.
The City will be focusing on the following areas in its 2040 Comprehensive Plan update:
Minnesota River Quadrant (MRQ)
View Potential Land Use Change Areas
East Cliff Road Aging Industrial Areas
View Potential Improvements/Amenities
Heart of the City
View Potential Redevelopment Plan
Orange Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Station Areas
Burnsville 2040 Plan Looks into the Future.
How Can I Get Involved?
Most opportunities for public feedback are now closed. The Burnsville Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the 2040 Comprehensive Plan on Monday, Dec. 11. The City Council is expected to consider approving the draft on Tuesday, Dec. 19. These meetings will both take place at Burnsville City Hall, 100 Civic Center Parkway.
After approval by the City Council, a six-month review and comment period by adjacent jurisdictions will follow.
Past Advisory Panel Meetings
July 31, 2017
Advisory Panel Meeting #10 Presentation
June 19, 2017
Advisory Panel Meeting #9 Presentation
May 15, 2017:
Advisory Panel Meeting #8 Presentation
April 17, 2017:
Advisory Panel Meeting #7 Presentation
March 20, 2017:
Advisory Panel Meeting #6 Presentation
Feb. 27, 2017:
Advisory Panel Meeting #5 Presentation
Jan. 30, 2017:
Advisory Panel Meeting #4 Presentation
Nov. 7, 2016:
Advisory Panel Meeting #3 Presentation
Sept. 19, 2016:
Advisory Panel Meeting #2 Presentation
July 18, 2016:
Advisory Panel Meeting #1 Presentation
Consultants working on this project include:
Hoisington Koegler Group Inc.
- Lead firm in charge of planning, design, public involvement, housing, urban design, transit oriented development, GIS and implementation
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.
- Transportation planning, water, sanitary sewer, stormwater and parks
Emmons & Oliver Resources, Inc.
- Sustainability and natural resources
Tangible Consulting Services
- Market analysis, project economics and development financing needs.
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Burnsville, MN 55337
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