Below are documents adopted by the city that guide decisions made regarding the West Side.
The West Side Community Plan (Also known as the 10-year plan)
An Addendum to the Saint Paul Comprehensive Plan Adopted February 2013
"The document works to plan and prioritize improvements for the neighborhood by identifying needs, articulating priorities, and steering the changes, policies and investments initiated by developers, by the City and its agencies, and by local institutions and stakeholders."
The Scorecard has been added to our District Council West Side Community 10 Year Plan at City Hall. Any developer who files a development proposal for our area will answer the questions laid out in the scorecard to be scored and then work with the community to ensure their development plans fit with our values & priorities for our neighborhood. More About the Score Card here.
Adopted as an addendum to the Saint Paul Comprehensive Plan February 2013
Adopted as an addendum to the Saint Paul Comprehensive Plan September 2011
Adopted as an addendum to the Comprehensive Plan for Saint Paul April 2006
The Stryker Ave Study grew out of the desire to achieve community priorities by helping to revitalize a neighborhood commercial corridor and provide better opportunities and access for residents living in this community. This is a study conducted in partnership with West Side Community Organization and the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Adopted as an addendum to the Saint Paul Comprehensive Plan June 2015
"The purpose of the West Side Flats Master Plan & Development Guidelines is to guide future private development and public infrastructure projects in the West Side Flats area."
Information on City plans for all Saint Paul neighborhoods can be found here: https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/planning-economic-development/planning/neighborhood-plans