Your input is needed. The City of Roseville will soon embark on a year-long process to update its Comprehensive Plan and is seeking your help selecting a consultant to coordinate the update.
On October 17, the City Council will receive presentations and interview two consulting firms for the project. 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.
Residents are encouraged to attend the October 17 meeting or watch it on Cable Channel 16; the meeting can also be viewed online. The Council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive.
Following the meeting, community members are encouraged to complete a survey to share their opinions about which firm would do the better job. The survey will be available through 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.
The proposals from the two finalists, Cuningham Group Architecture, Inc. and WSB & Associates, Inc. are available at www.cityofroseville.com/CompPlan. This webpage will also have links to the Council meeting and the survey.
The Comprehensive Plan is a statement of the community’s mission, vision, goals, and policies. It is the City’s officially adopted policy document used by citizens, elected and appointed officials, and staff to provide background and direction on City development decisions. It also reflects the Metropolitan Council’s plan for the region.
The Comp Plan occasionally receives minor amendments, but major updates like this occur about every 10 years. The plan contains demographic information, goals and policies for land use, transportation, housing, environmental protection, and economic development. After the update is completed, it will be submitted to the Metropolitan Council for approval, ensuring that Roseville’s plan aligns with the Metropolitan Council’s plan for the region.