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Planning and Economic Development
Cecile Bedor

City Hall Annex
25 West 4th Street, Suite 1300
Saint Paul, MN  55102

General Information
Phone: (651) 266-6565
Fax: (651) 266-6549

8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday

The Planning and Economic Development Department (PED) administers a variety of planning, housingbusiness and economic development activities. These activities support a number of neighborhood initiatives and also provide direct benefits to home owners, home buyers, renters and businesses. Working in partnership with community and neighborhood partners, we increase investment and values throughout Saint Paul. It is our goal to ensure Saint Paul is the most livable city in America.


In the midst of one of the toughest economic climates in decades, obstacles are presented that few of us have seen. Our vision of what Saint Paul will be in 2015, though, remains clear. 

Saint Paul 2015 

Prosper: Momentum is Building (Mayor Coleman's Downtown Task Force Report, 2014)

PED 2012 Annual Report

Market Watch, Fall 2013

The Line, a weekly online magazine, highlights creative people and businesses, new development, cool places to live, and the best places to work and play. On The Line's website you can subscribe to their free weekly subscription. 

Greater MSP
GREATER MSP is a private-public partnership committed to stimulating economic growth and prosperity in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul region. They strive to be a value-added resource to all economic development organizations in the region and offer site location assistance and other mission-critical business development services to companies planning new or expanded facilities.

Saint Paul, MN News
Mark your calendars: the Saint Paul Art Crawl is coming up April 25, 26 & 27. Check out the fun new features in this short video! Supported in part by a Cultural Star Grant from the City of Saint Paul. Watch the video...

A 0% interest loan up to a maximum of $25,000 is available to homesteaded and owneroccupied single-family dwellings. Learn more

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