Comprehensive Plan

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The Comprehensive Plan
is the city’s policy document for land use and related decision-making. For example, the Comprehensive Plan is used by the Planning Commission and City Council when it makes decisions related to zoning, subdivision (platting), public facilities and redevelopment. While the plan does not include more detailed development concept plans for particular sites or designs for public facilities improvements, it does set the stage and provide guidance for such plans and designs to be developed later.

Along with all other Twin Cities metro area cities, Crystal is required to update its Comprehensive Plan at least once every 10 years. The next update is due by Dec. 31, 2018. City staff is working with the planning commission and city council to create the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

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Check back for more information as it becomes available. For questions or more information regarding the 2040 Comprehensive Plan update, contact Crystal City Planner Dan Olson at dan.olson@crystalmn.gov, 763-531-1142.


Current Comprehensive Plan
2030 Comprehensive Plan.

Staff Reports to the Planning Commission
Plan Udate - Nov. 8, 2017
House Chapter Review - Dec. 5