HKGi lead a major update of the City of Roseville’s Comprehensive Plan in 2008 in collaboration with city staff and WSB & Associates. Updating of the 2030 Comprehensive Plan goals and policies was guided by the Imagine Roseville 2025 vision established during a community-based visioning process in 2006. A major focus of the plan’s update was to reorient the City’s business land use categories to provide form-based redevelopment guidance instead of the existing traffic- and use-based land use definitions. New business and land use categories were created based on differing scales of customer markets, built form and street types that exist across the City’s wide range of business areas from a regional mall to neighborhood commercial nodes. A new mixed-use category was also established to encourage a broader mix of complementary uses in larger redevelopment areas. Since environmental sustainability was identified as a top overriding community priority, every chapter of the plan addresses the relevant elements of sustainability.The plan update was informed by an extensive community outreach and input effort, which was facilitated by HKGi, including 14 meetings with a 13-member project steering committee and two community-wide open houses. The final plan is a significantly more user-friendly and streamlined document that replaces the previous unwieldy plan document that had grown to more than 1,500 pages, including numerous appendices.