City council member talks to seated students.
Pilot Knob STEM Magnet School third and fourth graders learned from city planners during an April presentation. Students also helped envision possible plans for the area in a group exercise.

The City is working with the owners of three private properties in the Central Commons area to help create a vision for the future private use of these parcels. 

These properties currently hold the Argosy, Delta, and Unisys buildings. As we plan for Eagan’s future, we’re focused on both private and public value and benefits. To see what the public value could look like, we’ve been learning how community members use the area. 

This spring, city planners engaged with community members and heard from residents and students. Through listening and learning, we’re creating plans that support our community’s vibrant future. Stay connected and learn more at