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Aspire Eden Prairie 2040

Aspire Eden Prairie 2040 provides a great opportunity for residents and businesses to communicate their vision for the City in the near term and in the future.

The planning process is designed to promote community involvement and encourage participation. We know that the success of this planning effort will depend on engaging our stakeholders, so community outreach is included throughout the planning process. Opportunities to participate in the process will be posted here as they become available.

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Map Your Vision of Eden Prairie

Your Input Will Shape Future Development

Post Date:May 31, 2017

Aspire Eden Prairie 2040As residents and stakeholders, you have a vested interest in the City's multi-year planning process to update its Comprehensive Plan — otherwise known as Aspire Eden Prairie 2040.

The City is once again inviting you to share your input using two interactive maps and is collecting feedback through June 30, 2017.

The online maps have been improved
to make it even easier to provide input about specific locations, amenities and transportation within the City, and there is no longer a requirement to create an account.

You can even vote on feedback provided by others by selecting existing map points and clicking thumbs-up or thumbs-down; to participate, simply click the links to the maps below and start mapping!

Aspire Eden Prairie 2040 Community Map   Community Map 
The community mapping tool is a way you can provide input on community assets and gathering spots, as well as identify potential public art locations, areas with a positive appearance, areas in need of improvement and more. 
Aspire Eden Prairie 2040 Transportation Map
  Transportation Map
The transportation mapping tool is a way you can provide input on traffic flow and congestion issues, as well as identify trail and sidewalk needs, safety concerns, transit destinations and more.

To learn more about the Comprehensive Plan process, visit

*Maps work best on desktop computers, laptops and larger tablets.

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