Do you live, work, pray, play, or attend school in St. Anthony Park? We want your input! As our neighborhood plans for the upcoming decade, we want to hear from you on topics ranging from transportation to land use to environment. We hope you will take some time to help us shape the future of our community!

The 10-year planning survey is an important opportunity for community members to share your experiences and ideas of what you’d like to see in St. Anthony Park! By gathering feedback from all the diverse voices in our community we will be able to advocate for and prioritize what our community wants as we guide development in our neighborhood over the next 10 years.

Take the survey!

The St. Anthony Park Community Council (SAPCC) involves “equity in all we do” in an effort to better our neighborhood, authentically connect with our neighbors, and advocate on behalf of St. Anthony Park. The 10 year planning process follows this lens which explicitly values equity and diversity, with a focus on historically marginalized groups. The information that we collect in this survey will help us form the next 10 year plan for the neighborhood to strive for an inclusive, safe, welcoming, accessible, and supportive community for all.

Please help us share this survey to your neighbors and friends in St. Anthony Park. You can refer people to our website or share this link:


Look for SAPCC volunteers at community events over the next few months for other ways to give community feedback! Thank you for your ideas and support making St. Anthony Park a strong and sustainable community!


Community feedback will be gathered from this online survey, door-to-door canvassing with this survey, tabling at events, and other conversations with community partners, and will be used to determine priority areas and highlight community experiences that inform planning. SAPCC committees will draft 10-year plans in conjunction with this community feedback, scheduled to be released for public review and feedback sessions in November. Additional community input will be incorporated again into a draft for final public review projected for March, with the goal to submit the final plan to the City of St. Paul in April.


Contact SAPCC for accessibility requests or alternate formats. Please email any other thoughts, concerns, or questions to