Comp Plan 2030
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The Carver County 2030 Comprehensive Plan is a compilation of long-range planning documents for Carver County, Minnesota looking out to the year 2030 and beyond.
The Plan and each of the Township's plan chapters were approved by the Metropolitan Council on February 24th, 2010.
The next steps in the Comprehensive Plan process will be for each township to hold a public hearing to consider adoption of their township chapter. The full plan will then be presented to the County Board for formal adoption - likely in late April.
INTRODUCTION & County Overview
This section provides an introduction to the Carver County 2030 Comprehensive Plan by highlighting the county vision and goals, defining the purpose of the plan, describing the planning process, and introducing the elements of the plan.
DOWNLOAD SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION & COUNTY OVERVIEW PDF 2.21 MB
This section looks at the historic and current land use within Carver County as well as the development patterns, future land uses and growth.
DOWNLOAD SECTION 2: LAND USE
The Land Use section includes Township Chapters. To view a Township Chapter, please click on one of the links below
San Francisco Township
Young America Township
This section emphasizes a multi-modal transportation system that includes transit, highways and roads, non-motorized transportation, aviation and freight movement.
DOWNLOAD SECTION 3: TRANSPORTATION
Subsection: Roadway Systems Plan -ALL
Adopted July 15th, 2014: Amendment to the Roadway Systems Plan
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Existing Conditions
Chapter 3 Analysis of Future Transportation Needs
This section discusses issues surrounding the areas of water resources and watershed planning and management including Subsurface Sewage Treatment Systems (SSTS), National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and Impaired waters and Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs).
DOWNLOAD SECTION 4: WATER RESOURCES
PARKS, OPEN SPACE, and TRAILS
This section discusses the many parks, open spaces and trails located in Carver County and the relationship, benefits, and trends these places have with and for residents.
DOWNLOAD SECTION 5: PARKS, OPEN SPACE, and TRAILS
This section includes 1) references to implementation activities, 2) a description of all relevant ordinances, public programs and fiscal devices that ensure protection of the infrastructure and implementation of the comprehensive plan, 3) a current zoning map and descriptions, and 4) a capital improvement program (CIP).
DOWNLOAD SECTION 7: IMPLEMENTATION
This section includes selected terms from the Metropolitan Council Glossary published on the Metropolitan Council Planning and Development website and the The Carver County Zoning & Subdivision Ordinances. Not an official document, informational purposes only.
DOWNLOAD SECTION 8: GLOSSARY
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Paper copies or CDs are available upon request.
The Carver County
2030 Comprehensive Plan