The Masterplan for the Redevelopment of the Stiemer Valley is a strategic policy document dedicated to the redevelopment of the green-blue Stiemer creek and valley that crosses the city of Genk in Belgium. The masterplan presents an integrated vision, which was developed through a co-creation approach, to tackle the multiple challenges of the valley. The overarching objectives are to tackle the severe water issues of the valley (e.g. the overflow of sewage water into the canalized creek during heavy rainfalls), increase ecological values, improve accessibility and connectivity and increase citizens' quality of life. The masterplan was published in 2019 and is used as a backbone and framework to guide and plan future developments in the valley.