Comprehensive Plan and Design Guidelines

On March 20, 2017 the Planning and Zoning Commission approved a resolution to adopt the Creve Coeur 2030 Comprehensive Plan. The plan is available for review in its entirety or by each chapter by selecting the links below.

Entire Document:
Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030

Sections:
Table of Contents and Chapter 1: Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030
Chapter 2: Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030
Chapter 3: Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030
Chapter 4: Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030
Chapter 5: Comprehensive Plan Creve Coeur 2030

Proposed Map Plan


The proposed Map Plan outlines the maximum boundaries that the City may consider for potential annexation by the year 2023. The St. Louis County Boundary Commission requires that all cities must submit a Map Plan by July 1, 2018 in order to be considered for annexation within its next five-year planning cycle. However, submission of the Map Plan does not obligate the City to pursue annexation, which would require extensive evaluation.

Supporting materials:

39 North Master Plan


The Creve Coeur Planning and Zoning Commission has reviewed the draft master plan for the 39 North plant science and technology innovation district located in the northeast corner of Creve Coeur. The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (SLEDP) has led the planning effort with participation from the City of Creve Coeur, St. Louis County, and several business entities, including the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and Monsanto. Public workshops were held in 2016 by the consultant, Ayers Saint Gross, to solicit input from community stakeholders. 

On June 5, 2017, the 39 North Master Plan was adopted by the Planning and Zoning Commission. The approved plan is included as an addendum to the Creve Coeur 2030 Comprehensive Plan and is available for review by accessing the following link:

Old Olive Street Road Great Street Plan


In furtherance of the 39N Master Plan, the City of Creve Coeur, and the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, entered into a contract with Christner, Inc. to further study the redesign of the Old Olive Street Road as a main street corridor, in anticipation of the redesign of the Olive Boulevard and Lindbergh Boulevard interchange. After numerous workshops in the area the final design has been submitted for adoption.  The Planning and Zoning Commission will conduct a public hearing on this amendment for adoption on Monday, August 5, 2019. City Council Action is not required.  If adopted by P&Z, the Old Olive Street Road Great Street Plan will be included as an addendum to the City’s comprehensive plan, Creve Coeur 2030, which was adopted in March 2017 by the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the 39 N Master Plan that was adopted in June of 2017.
  

Design Guidelines


Adopted in April 2002, the City adopted Design Guidelines to guide good building and site design.  Applications to the Planning and Zoning Commission are evaluated against these guidelines as part of the review process.  The City of Creve Coeur Design Guidelines can be reviewed by accessing the link below.