Community development land use open houses in Roseville

The City of Roseville invites residents to a series of open houses to discuss proposed changes to the future land use plan affecting properties throughout the city. The proposed changes are part of Roseville’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan update.

A comprehensive plan is a city’s guide for long-term growth, redevelopment and improvements. Cities review and update the plan every ten years to ensure that it continues to reflect the community’s collective vision and aligns with the Metropolitan Council’s plan for the region.

Over the past year, Roseville has held dozens of public meeting and outreach events, seeking input from residents and business owners about the comp plan update. A consultant and staff reviewed the comments and are making recommendations for minor changes to properties throughout Roseville.

The proposed changes may impact how properties are redeveloped in the future. Changes include adjusting the density allowed on some residential properties, requiring a small percentage of multi-family housing units in redevelopments of larger mixed-use areas, and formally designating park properties that have been incorporated into the parks system over the past several years.

The open houses will meet on Dec. 19, 20, and 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at locations throughout the city. Residents and business owners can review the proposed land use changes and get information about meeting locations at Call 651-792-7073 for more information.

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