2040 Comprehensive Plan
The County’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan will be drafted over the next two years and completed by December 2018 (timeline). This Plan will build and improve upon the 40 years of long-range planning and analysis that has guided the growth and development of Minnesota’s fastest growing county. It will set goals, policies and recommendations for land use, transportation, utilities, recreation, natural resources, farmland preservation, economic development, housing, public health and safety, and livable communities. The County’s 2040 Plan will conform to regional plans and coordinate with other local and adjacent long-range plans.
Throughout 2017, the Scott County Planning Advisory Commission will review draft chapters of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan at its monthly meeting. After each review, the draft chapter will be posted below for public review. Click on the chapters with links to review the draft document.
Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: Community Engagement
Chapter III: Community Background
Chapter IV: County Vision
Chapter V: Land Use & Growth Management
Chapter VI: Transportation
Chapter VII: Parks & Trails
Chapter VIII: Water & Natural Resources
Chapter IX: Safe, Healthy & Livable Communities
Chapter X: Economic Development
Chapter XI: Utilities & Public Facilities
Chapter XII: Implementation & Metrics
Scott County has and will continue to conduct a wide range of community engagement, education and outreach techniques throughout every stage of the planning process to stimulate thought and gain input into the 2040 Plan. Public participation using a variety of platforms, venues, forms and techniques will help ensure that the County’s long-range plan accurately reflects the vision, goals and values of its residents and businesses. To read the progress being made on 2040 community engagement, please click on the links below.
2040 Vision Update Report (Future iQ report, April 2017)
(August/September 2016 Scott SCENE Article)
Recently, two major studies on housing and economic development have been completed that will serve as the basis for many of the recommendations coming out of the County’s 2040 plan. These two studies can be reviewed or downloaded below:
2017, Maxfield Research & Consulting
2016, Maxfield Research & Consulting
Please bookmark this page and check back regularly over the next two years to see important notices and information related to the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Questions and Comments
Please send your questions or comments on the 2040 Comprehensive Plan or planning process via email, phone, or mail to the following:
Brad Davis, AICP
Community Services Division
200 Fourth Avenue West
Shakopee, Minnesota 55379-1220