Ford Site

HOST A CONVERSATION TO TALK ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE FORD SITE! 

You’re invited to host an informal conversation with neighbors to learn more, discuss ideas and share your thoughts with peers and a City of Saint Paul representative.

During March and April city representatives will be available to participate in small group discussions on plans for the Ford Site.  For more information on this opportunity go to: https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/planning-economic-development/planning/ford-site-21st-century-community/input-and-1.

If you’d like to host such and event for 10-20 people contact:  Libby Kantner, Legislative Aide for Ward 3 Councilmember Chris Tolbert at libby.kantner@ci.stpaul.mn.us or 651-266-8631.

OVERVIEW

As Ford’s former Twin Cities Assembly Plant is redeveloped in the coming years, a 21st Century Community will emerge on the more than 125 acres of land situated along the Mississippi River. Saint Paul residents have spoken loud and clear: this site will be a livable, mixed use neighborhood that looks to the future with clean technologies and high quality design for energy, buildings and infrastructure. This site will support walking, biking and transit, and provide services, jobs and activities that every generation can enjoy. A 21st Century Community is about to unfold.

Go to 21st Century Community for detailed information and updates from the City.  In addition you can sign up for email updates.

FAQ FROM HDC TRANSPORTATION MEETINGS) (1/10 AND 1/24/2017 Related to Cretin, Montreal, Mississippi River Blvd and Mount Curve) 

FORD SITE REDEVELOPMENT FAQ’S (City of Saint Paul) 

OPEN SAINT PAUL - View community comments and give feedback here.

  2017 COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Meeting 20170307Public Meeting 

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
6:30 – 8:30
Cretin-Derham Hall, 550 S. Albert Street

Meeting Video

Presentation

 

 

 

HDC Transportation Committee Meeting 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
6:30 – 8:00 pm
Highland Park Community Center

HDC mtg on Cretin and Montreal 1-24-17
This meeting will address Cretin and Montreal Avenues.  It is an opportunity for neighbors to find out about predicted changes in traffic patterns around the development, and to talk about how neighborhood interests will be addressed in the future.  The meeting is a forum for the Highland District Council and City to listen and search for ways to mitigate neighborhood impacts before and when the development occurs.  All residents are welcome.

HDC Transportation Committee Meeting 

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Highland Park Community Center

HDC Meeting Presentation Jan 10, 2017

This meeting will address Mount Curve and Mississippi River Blvd.  It is an opportunity for neighbors to find out about predicted changes in traffic patterns around the development, and to talk about how neighborhood interests will be addressed in the future.  The meeting is a forum for the Highland District Council and City to listen and search for ways to mitigate neighborhood impacts before and when the development occurs.  All residents are welcome.

Ford Site Redevelopment Pre-2017