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Gold Line Station Area Planning
Public Hearing
The Saint Paul City Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed Gold Line Station Area Plans, the Gold Line Zoning Study, associated amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Saint Paul Bicycle Plan, and decertification of the Sun Ray-Suburban Small Area Plan on Wednesday, October 7, 2015, at 5:30 p.m. in Room 300 of the City Hall/Court House, 15 West Kellogg Boulevard.

The draft Gold Line Station Area Plans, including the zoning study and proposed plan amendments are available for download here (caution: large file size).  There are two appendices referred to in the document: a summary of the Sun Ray Design Workshop event, and a market study conducted by HR&A Advisors.

For context of the proposed amendments to other plans, you may view the full Comprehensive Plan here and the full Bicycle Plan here.  The Sun Ray-Suburban Small Area Plan, proposed for decertification, can be viewed here.

All comments concerning the draft plans, zoning study, and associated amendments and decertification will be heard.  Comments submitted in writing should be addressed to:  Office of the City Council, 310 City Hall, 15 Kellogg Blvd. West, Saint Paul, MN 55102 or to Bill Dermody at or fax to 651-266-6549.

Questions can be directed to Bill Dermody at or 651.266.6617.

Background
A map of Gold Line BRT stations in Saint Paul is here.

The Gold Line (also known as the Gateway Transitway Corridor) is under study by Washington and Ramsey Counties for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and other alternatives from Saint Paul’s Union Depot to Manning Avenue on the eastern end of Woodbury, generally running along the I-94 corridor. Up to six (6) stations are being considered in Saint Paul, including in the vicinities of Union Depot, Mounds Boulevard, Earl Street, Etna Street, White Bear Avenue, and the Sun Ray shopping center. The City of Saint Paul is undertaking a Station Area Planning process in order to take full advantage of this major potential transportation investment. In April 2014, the Planning Commission appointed the Gold Line Station Area Planning Task Force and authorized the planning study.

Task Force
The Gold Line (Gateway) Station Area Planning Task Force met regularly in 2014 and 2015 to work towards creating plans to forward to the Planning Commission in 2015.

Meeting #1
May 6, 2014
Agenda

Meeting #2
May 20
Agenda

Meeting #3
June 17
Agenda

Meeting #4
July 1
Agenda

Meeting #5
July 15
Agenda

Meeting #6
September 9
Agenda

Meeting #7
October 7
Agenda

Meeting #8
November 12
Agenda

Meeting #9
December 2
Agenda

Meeting #10
January 6, 2015
Agenda

Meeting #11
February 17
Agenda

Meeting #12
March 17
Agenda

Meeting #13
March 31
Agenda

Meeting #14
May 5
Agenda

Meeting #15
May 26
Agenda

Meeting #16
June 2
Agenda

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