Comprehensive Plan

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The Comprehensive Plan was developed with the advice of many of Shoreview's advisory Committees and Commissions. The new plan was approved in 2008 by the Shoreview City Council and the Metropolitan Council. The Comprehensive Plan establishes a 20-year policy framework for the City to address the needs of a maturing community. The Plan is an official document that serves as a policy guide for decision making regarding the development of the community.

The Comprehensive Plan is the vision for development in Shoreview. Although it is a physical plan, it is a reflection of the community's social and economic values. These values are translated into the type of land use the City desires and programs regarding economic development, housing, parks, transportation and other key areas. As an official statement to guide development, redevelopment and preservation of Shoreview, the City Council will use the Comprehensive Plan to adopt zoning standards and classifications for individual areas of Shoreview.

Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Guiding Principles
Chapter 3 - Community Profile
Chapter 4 - Land Use
Chapter 5 - Transportation
Chapter 6 - Economic Development
Chapter 7 - Housing
Chapter 8 - Community and Cultural Resources
Chapter 9 Community Facilities and Services
Section 9A - Technology
Section 9B Sanitary Sewer Plan
Section 9C Water Supply Plan
Section 9D Surface Water Management
Section 9E Waste Management
Section 9F Public Safety and Emergency Management
Chapter 10 - Parks and Open Space
Chapter 11 - Natural Resources
Chapter 12 - Resource Conservation
Chapter 13 - Intergovernmental Coordination
Chapter 14 - Implementation
Contact 
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Purpose and Scope
Benefits of Planning
Process
Plan Elements

Chapter 1 - Introduction [PDF]
Chapter 2 -  guiding principles
Introduction
Shoreview Past
Shoreview Present
Shoreview Future
Community Vision
Guiding Principles
Role of City Government

Chapter 2 - Guiding Principles [PDF]
chapter 3 - community profile 
Regional Setting
Regional Trends
Community History
Community Development
Quality of Life
Demographics
Forecasted Growth 

Chapter 3 - Community Profile [PDF]
Map 3-1 Location Map [PDF]
Map 3-2 Average Age, by Census Block [PDF]
chapter 4 - Land use
Introduction
Existing Land Use
Planned Land Use Category Definitions
Growth Areas 
Active Living
Goals, Policies and Recommended Actions
Planned Land Use
Policy Development Area Statements

Chapter 4 - Planned Land Use [PDF]
Map 4-1 Metropolitan Planning Areas [PDF]
Map 4-2 Existing Land Use [PDF]
Map 4-3 Planned Land Use, 2008 [PDF]
Map 4-4 Planned Land Use, 1999 [PDF]
chapter 5 - transportation
Introduction
Regional Trends and Travel Behavior
Existing Transportation Systems
Analysis of Future Needs
Active Living
Goals, Policies and Recommended Actions

Chapter 5 - Transportation [PDF]
Map 5-1 Road Jurisdiction [PDF]
Map 5-2 Functional Road Classification [PDF]
Map 5-3 Number of Lanes [PDF]
Map 5-4 Traffic Volumes [PDF]
Map 5-5 Transit Information [PDF]
Map 5-6 Trails and Bikeways [PDF]
May 5-7 Blaine/Anoka Airport Zoning [PDF]
Map 5-8 TAZ Boundaries [PDF]
Map 5-9 Safety Problems [PDF]
Map 5-10 Roadway Deficiencies (2005) [PDF]
Map 5-11 Roadway Deficiencies (2030) [PDF]
Map 5-12 Road Reconstruction Areas [PDF]
chapter 6 - economic development
Introduction
Existing Conditions
Other Economic Factors
Business Retention and Expansion
Targeted Redevelopment Areas
Goals and Policies

Chapter 6 - Economic Development [PDF]
Map 6-1 Targeted Redevelopment Areas [PDF]
chapter 7 - housing
Introduction
Regional Influences
Relationship of Local Needs to Regional Plans
Existing Housing Conditions
Employment and Housing
Local Housing Issues
Future Housing Needs
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Chapter 7 - Housing [PDF]
Map 7-1 Housing Type [PDF]
Map 7-2 Year Built [PDF]
Map 7-3 Housing Value [PDF]
Map 7-4 Neighborhoods [PDF]
Map 7-5 Neighborhood Opportunity Areas [PDF]

Chapter 8 -  community and cultural resources
Introduction
Community and Cultural Resources
Challenges and Opportunities
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions
Cultural and Historic Preservation
Existing and Cultural and Historically Significant Properties
Challenges and Opportunities
Notable Properties
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Chapter 8 - Community and Cultural Resources [PDF]
Map 8-1 Cultural and Historical Properties [PDF]
chapter 9 - community facilities and services

Chapter 9 - Community Facilities and Services [PDF]
section 9a Technology 
Introduction
Existing Services, Partnerships and Ordinances
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Section 9A - Technology [PDF]
Section 9B Sanitary sewer plan
Introduction
Existing System
Infiltration and Inflow
Evaluation of Future Needs
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Section 9B - Sanitary Sewer Plan [PDF]
Map 9B-1 Sanitary Sewer Interceptor System [PDF]
Map 9B-2 Private Sewer Systems (ISTS) [PDF]
Map 9B-3 Sewer Service Areas and Planned Land Use [PDF]
Map 9B-4 Municipal Sanitary Sewer System [PDF]
Section 9C Water Supply plan
Introduction
Geology
Existing Water Supply System
Analysis of Future Needs
Emergency Management
Water Conservation
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Section 9C - Water Supply Plan [PDF]
Map 9C-1 Water Supply [PDF]
Section 9d surface water management
Introduction
Regulatory Environment 
Surface Water Management Plan
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System/Storm Water Pollution
Prevention System
Surface Water Utility Fee
Impaired Waters
Goals, Policies and Recommended Actions

Section 9D Surface Water Management [PDF]
Map 9D-1 Watersheds [PDF]
Map 9D-2 Protected Waters [PDF]
Map 9D-3 National Wetland Inventory [PDF]
Map 9D-4 Wetland Classification [PDF]
Map 9D-5 Watershed Sub-basins [PDF]
Map 9D-6 Stormwater System [PDF]
Map 9D-7 Flood Map/LOMR [PDF]
section 9E Waste management
Introduction
Roles and Responsibilities
Waste Generation
Local Waste Management Programs and Trends
Future Needs
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Section 9E - Waste Management [PDF]
  section 9F - Public safety and emergency management
  Introduction
Existing Services
Emergency Management Plan
Analysis of Future Needs
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

9F - Public Safety and Emergency Management [PDF]
Map 9F-1 Civil Defense Sirens and Emergency Services [PDF]
Map 9F-2 Hazardous Materials and Facilities at Risk [PDF]
Map 9F-3 Possible Shelters and Emergency Resources [PDF]
Chapter 10 - parks and open space 
Introduction
Existing Parks and Open Space System
Analysis of Future Needs
Active Living
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Chapter 10 - Parks and Open Space [PDF]
Table 10-1 Parks [PDF]
Table 10-2 Parks [PDF]
Map 10-1 Parks and Open Space [PDF]

Chapter 11 - Natural resources
Introduction
Natural Setting
Existing Conditions
Issues
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Chapter 11 - Natural Resources - [PDF] 
Map 11-1 Natural Resources - [PDF]
Chapter 12 - Resource conservation
Solar Access Protection
Existing Controls
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions
Sustainability and Green Building
Goals, Policies, and Recommended Actions

Chapter 12 - Resource Conservation [PDF]
Chapter 13 - Intergovernmental coordination
State of Minnesota 
Ramsey County 
Ramsey County GIS User Group
School Districts
Adjacent Communities and Other Government Agencies

Chapter 13 - Intergovernmental Coordination [PDF]
Chapter 14 - Implementation
Introduction
Program Administration and Development
Tools
Monitoring
Fiscal Considerations
Administration

Chapter 14 - Implementation [PDF]
Contact Information 
For more information, call Community Development at 651.490.4680. 

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