Land Use and Zoning
Prior Lake City Hall (lower level)
4646 Dakota St. SE
Prior Lake, MN 55372
Development Services Assistant
The City is committed to assisting property owners and developers proceed through the approval process in a timely and productive manner. The information below will provide a basic overview of the development process and hopefully address many questions. Contact the Community Development Department at (952) 447-9810 for more detailed information.
AVAILABLE COMMERCIAL SPACE
Click here for the link to Commercial Property with Leased Space in Prior Lake. You can also search for commercial and industrial properties for sale at the GreaterMSP website and locate “Property Search” Here. If you have available commercial or industrial lease space that you would like to include on the available lease space inventory, contact Community Development Specialist Casey McCabe at (952) 447-9815.
The Zoning Ordinance protects residential, commercial, industrial and public uses and maintain their stability. To achieve this, the Zoning Ordinance divides the City into use districts and establishes regulations that control the location, construction, reconstruction, alteration and use of structures and land, as well as density of new development. The Zoning Ordinance is available in map form.
Each application packet below includes an application form, a submittal checklist and a procedural guide. The completed checklists should be returned to the Planning Department. Please view the submission deadline calendar for the schedule of events.
|SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS (Project Application)|
|Concept Plan||Modification to Approved Final Plat|
|Preliminary Plat||Administrative Land Subdivision|
|Final Plat||Registered Land Survey|
|Combination of Preliminary and Final Plat||Metes & Bounds Subdivision|
Need data? Scott County is the official record-keeper for the City of Prior Lake. If you need property ID numbers, recent sales, legal descriptions, survey plats, etc., regarding Prior Lake properties, call (952) 445-7750, or visit the Scott County website.