Flooding Update for Highway 41 in Chaska 

According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Highway 41 will close between Highway 169 and Chaska Boulevard at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 21, due to the rising water levels of the Minnesota River. Highway 41 will remain closed until the water recedes and any damage to the road can be repaired. Motorists can expect additional traffic on the Highway 101 river crossing in Shakopee.

2030 Comprehensive Plan

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The City of Shakopee's Comprehensive Plan identifies its future development goals and objectives. The last update of the comprehensive plan that received Metropolitan Council acceptance was completed in 1999, and it looked ahead to the year 2020. The plan has since been updated to ensure that it continues to meet the city’s needs in guiding growth and development through the year 2030 and that it meets the requirements of the state’s Metropolitan Land Planning Act.

The city spent three years updating its 2030 Comprehensive Plan, broken out in chapters below. The Shakopee City Council formally adopted the plan on Aug. 28, 2009 [PDF].

The 2030 plan will serve as the city's official plan until the 2040 Comprehensive Plan is approved and adopted some time in 2019.

Introduction [PDF]

Mission and Vision Statements [PDF]

Land Use [PDF]

Transportation [PDF]

Sanitary Sewer [PDF]

Water Supply [PDF]

Parks, Trails & Open Spaces [PDF]

Natural Resources [PDF]

Surface Water Management [PDF]

Housing [PDF]

Economic Development [PDF]

Solar Access [PDF]

Capital Improvement Plan [PDF] 
(Please note: This CIP was adopted in 2009. Most recent Capital Improvement Plan.)

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