Did other jurisdictions have any comments on the proposed Comprehensive Plan?

After the City Council approved a draft of the Comprehensive Plan, there was a six-month comment period for surrounding jurisdictions to provide feedback. The comment period closed Nov. 8. The following agencies provided comment:

Hennepin County and Minnesota Department of Transportation:

  • Both commented on the Transportation chapter
  • Neither found any issues or concerns

Three Rivers Park District:

  • Revisions to three maps to better illustrate the Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail
  • Language revisions to better and more accurately describe Three Rivers Park District properties, trails and trail alignments and identify the preferred alignment for the Canadian Pacific Rail Regional Trail
  • Revisions to address typographical errors

City of Bloomington:

  • Revision to a map to demonstrate Bloomington’s decision to no longer support the Conceptual East/West Connector, a bridge over I-494 between France Avenue and Normandale Boulevard

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1. What is a Comprehensive Plan?
2. What are the chapters of the Comprehensive Plan?
3. Why did Edina update its Comprehensive Plan?
4. Who leads the process to update the Comprehensive Plan?
5. How does the City use the Comprehensive Plan?
6. How many meetings did the City have to update the Comprehensive Plan?
7. What is the Metropolitan Council’s role in the Edina Comprehensive Plan?
8. What is the Metropolitan Council? How are members chosen?
9. The Metropolitan Council has given the City some forecasts about future growth. What if the City doesn’t agree with those forecasts?
10. What changed from the 2008 Comprehensive Plan?
11. Which consultants worked on the 2018 Comprehensive Plan and what were their roles?
12. What is a small area plan?
13. Did other jurisdictions have any comments on the proposed Comprehensive Plan?
14. Can the Comprehensive Plan be amended? If so, how?
15. When will work begin on the 2028 Comp Plan?