Master Planning Documents
The City of Mendota Heights has significant resources invested in capital assets that either need to be maintained or eventually replaced. These included land, buildings, roads, water and sewer lines. The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is one of several ways that the city stragizes about how to responsibly manage these assets.
The Capital Improvement Plan is a budgeting tool to project out costs over a 5-year period to help guide budgeting decisions. The city tracks a capital improvement plan for:
- Sanitary Sewer
- Storm Sewer
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PLAN
A Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan looks at existing facilities, evaluates issues and opportunities within the system, and identifies plans for future investments in the system. In early 2022, the city received a grant through the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) from the Minnesota Department of Health and Dakota County in order to develop a plan for bicycling and walking improvements in the community. The master plan will be used to guide decision-making regarding future investments in and prioritization of improvements to the bike and pedestrian system, will provide a foundation for seeking funding assistance for improvements, and aims to result in a more bikeable and walkable Mendota Heights.