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City Center 2.0: A Renewed Vision for Plymouth's Central Corridor 
Plymouth City Center from aboveIn 2019, the Plymouth City Council adopted a goal to explore options for continued development and redevelopment of Plymouth's City Center.

While citywide redevelopment and development are listed among City Council goals, the council added a specific goal to focus on the city's central corridor.

The two 2019 goals pertaining to City Center are:

  • Consider Development and Redevelopment Requests. Continue to carefully consider land use related to development and redevelopment to ensure a well-planned community with a varied tax base. Build on Plymouth Proud business initiatives.
  • Develop a Renewed Vision for City Center. Explore options for continued development and redevelopment of City Center. This would include place-making efforts, beautification and safety. Pursue public-private partnerships to bring additional community activities and uses to City Center.

Upcoming Opportunities to Provide Feedback
As the city moves forward on developing the vision of City Center 2.0, there will be opportunity for residents to provide input through a variety of platforms. In early 2020, the city began one-on-one meetings with stakeholders, including City Center businesses. From about spring through summer of 2020, the city will offer an array of community engagement activities to obtain feedback from the general public.

  • Saturday, April 18  Discover Plymouth

    Stop by the City Center 2.0 booth to provide feedback during the city's new event, Discover Plymouth. The event is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Plymouth Creek Center, 14800 34th Ave. N. in Plymouth.

  • Check back for additional feedback opportunities

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City Center 2.0 Project
Plymouth City Hall | 3400 Plymouth Blvd. | Plymouth, MN 55447
Phone: 763-509-5400 | citycenter@plymouthmn.gov