RICHFIELD 2040 - BUILT FOR THE FUTURE!
Over the next 18 months (approx. schedule), the City will be working to update its Comprehensive Plan. This Plan serves as a road map to inform decisions regarding land use, transportation, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, parks, utilities, and public facilities. The Plan is future-oriented – looking out at what Richfield could be in 2040, and setting goals and policies to help us reach that future vision.
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|Steering Committee Information
June 12, 2017 - Meeting #2
Paper surveys can be dropped off at the front desk at City Hall,
Follow the City on Facebook and/or check back here often for information on how you can participate. In addition to advertised meetings, online surveys, and mapping tools, begin watching for City staff and Steering Committee Members to pop-up at Community events, bus stops, parks, etc. with short surveys and information to share.
2018 Comprehensive Plan Update Steering Committee
|Reed Bornholdt - Community Services Commission||Michele McGee|
|Crystal Brakke - School Board||Laurel Nightingale|
|Debbie Goettel - Hennepin County Commissioner||Kathryn Quam|
|Sara Gumke - Human Rights Commission||Maria Regan Gonzalez - City Council|
|Rick Jabs||Mary Supple - Housing & Redevelopment Authority|
| Candace Johnson
||Erin Vrieze Daniels - Planning Commission|
|Barry LeBlanc||Ted Weidenbach - Transportation Commission|
Staff Lead: Melissa Poehlman, AICP - City Planner
CURRENT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Richfield's Comprehensive Plan is intended to provide a long-term vision, complete with strategic goals, objectives, policies and recommendations, that will guide land use development and policies over the next 10 to 20 years. Cities use their comprehensive plan like a road map to help inform decisions regarding land use, transportation, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, parks, utilities and public facilities.
State law requires that all communities have a comprehensive plan and that it be updated at least every 10 years. It is in the preparation of this document that the community can have the most important impact on the future of Richfield. The Richfield City Council in February 2009 adopted its most recent comprehensive plan (2008-2018).
Richfield Comprehensive Plan (2008-2018)
Please contact Melissa Poehlman, Assistant Community Development Director
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