Strategic Land Use Plan of the St. Louis Comprehensive Plan
The plan assigns land use designations that indicate what future development focus is intended for each block in the City.
Welcome to the City of St. Louis website for viewing the Strategic Land Use Plan of the St. Louis Comprehensive Plan. The public can review the "Strategic Land Use Plan Document"
Updates to the Plan since the original adoption in 2005 have been made to the "Strategic Land Use Plan Map" on the left.
To review the actual amendments since 2005 please click on "Amendments". This provides a list of how and where the Plan has been amended since the paper Plan was published in 2005.
The plan was adopted as a Comprehensive Plan by the Planning Commission on January 5, 2005. It has been amended ten times since then, including annual updates since 2007. The plan assigns land use designations to every block in the City. The designations indicate what future development focus is intended for each block.
The 10 land use designations include Neighborhood Preservation Area, Neighborhood Development Area, Neighborhood Commercial Area, Regional Commercial Area, Recreational/Open Space Preservation and Development Area, Business/Industrial Preservation Area, Business/Industrial Development Area, Institutional Preservation and Development Area, Specialty Mixed Use Area, and Opportunity Area.
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