The St. Anthony Park Community Council is currently undergoing our next 10-year planning process. Thank you to the hundreds of community members who live, work, and play here in St. Anthony Park who provided feedback throughout the summer and fall of 2017. SAPCC heard from hundreds of community members through online surveys and in-person at events and canvassing throughout the neighborhood, with leadership from our Equity Committee to make sure we hear from the many different perspectives in our community.
Under leadership from our 10-year planning Steering Committee, our four standing committees drafted goals for St. Anthony Park combining your voices with their issue-based knowledge and research, aligning with SAPCC’s commitment to equity in all we do. These goals were presented at community forums in November 2017 in South and North district locations where more than 60 community members provided more ideas on what they want to see in St. Anthony Park. Our steering committee has also prepared the St. Anthony Park Business Survey for commercial, industrial, and nonprofit organizations to provide their feedback to our 10-year planning.
Community members are encouraged to continue to share feedback as these drafts are revised throughout the winter. Our goal is to share final documents in March to send our next 10-year plan for St. Anthony Park to the City in April to incorporate into the next St. Paul Comprehensive Plan. Please send any thoughts to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
View our 10-year planning documents:
10-Yr Plan Slides March 2018 (March 2018)
10-year plan Draft 3.0 (March 2017)
10-year plan Draft 2.0 (December 2017)
10-year Planning Draft 1.1 (November 2017)
Community Forum Overview Presentation (November 2017)
10-year Community Survey Summary (November 2017)
Past plans, still relevant:
St. Anthony Park Community Plan 2005 (passed by SAPCC November 21, 2005)
Como 2030 (Small Area Plan published January 2011).
District 12 Ten Year Plan (adopted by the City Council November 12, 2008, amended June 12, 2013)
View more documents on our Research page.