Thank you for Attending the CRC Holiday Party

The CapitolRiver Council hosted a fabulous 2016 Holiday Party on December 7th at Black Dog Lowertown from 5-7p


Thank you to all who attended, bought or donated silent auction items, and especially to our hosts, Black Dog Lowertown!



Comprehensive Plan Update Input Sought

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Over the summer, we talked to more than 1,700 people at 43 events as we began work on the city’s comprehensive plan, collecting more than 3,300 ideas provided through those events and online. Nine themes and priorities emerged from the input we received.

  1. Livability and equity
  2. Parks and open space
  3. Sense of community
  4. Public safety
  5. Road safety for bikes and pedestrians
  6. Invest in people
  7. Jobs
  8. Quality affordable housing
  9. Saint Paul is full of opportunity sites

Read more about these themes and priorities and then share your feedback, before January 31, 2017on our website or by calling us at 651-266-6619.


The next step in the comprehensive planning process is to develop draft policies based on these priorities. We will ask for your feedback on these policies in late 2017 and early 2018.

The plan will then be presented to the City Council for approval and submitted to the Metropolitan Council before the end of 2018.

We encourage you to stay engaged and provide input throughout this process. We need your feedback to ensure that the plan represents the priorities of everyone in Saint Paul.


Visit more information and updates on the comprehensive planning process. 

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Green Line Central Station Feedback Survey

Over the next year the outdoor and indoor areas of downtown Saint Paul’s Green Line Central Station block will be transformed into a dynamic place where people want to be. This transformation will turn the Central Station block into a safe, inviting place that people seek out and enjoy. Our goal is to create a more inviting and vibrant space for youth, transit riders, employees, visitors, and area residents.

To guide this project we want to hear from YOU – on how we can make the area in and around Central Station block better! Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey, the results of which we will use to make improvements. We greatly appreciate your participation and feedback in this survey.

Central Station project is made possible by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, produced by The Musicant Group, in cooperation with the City of Saint Paul, Metro Transit, Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce (SPACC), and Building Owners and Managers Association Saint Paul (BOMA).

Please share this survey link to your networks too:

If you have any questions about this survey or the project, please contact Katherine O’Neil at Thank you!