Join the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board as it listens, learns, acknowledges, educates and gathers public input on the desired level of park police service needed to serve the community.
After 18 months of community-based planning and design, a draft version of NSAMP is ready for public review and comment. NSAMP reflects community desires for all outdoor facilities in more than 30 North Minneapolis neighborhood parks and regional trails, and it will guide capital improvements over the next 20 to 30 years at these locations.
At their September 5 meeting, Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) commissioners approved a second phase of construction that will expand the wetlands boardwalk in Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary (EWBG) in Theodore Wirth Regional Park.
Superintendent Merrill announces community Learning Sessions, provides Minnehaha incident update
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board presents the 12th Annual Minneapolis Bike Tour. Riders of all ages are invited to come experience the beautiful parkways that make Minneapolis the best place to bike in the country by participating in the 2018 Minneapolis Bike Tour on Sunday, September 16.
The 20-Year Neighborhood Park Plan (NPP20) is a long-term initiative that will transform the neighborhood park system in Minneapolis. Adopted by Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) commissioners in 2016, NPP20:
Read on for recent and current highlights on NPP20-funded work at parks throughout the city.
Summer's not (quite) over yet! If you're looking for a last splash, four MPRB wading pools across the city are still open from 10 am-9 pm daily, based on weather conditions (these pools will not open for the day if temperatures are forecast to stay below 65 degrees).
Join butterfly, music and art lovers from all over the Twin Cities on Saturday, September 8, from 10 am to 4 pm for the free 10th Annual 2018 Minneapolis Monarch Festival-Festival de la Monarca. Filled with music, art activities, games, food, plants that monarchs love and more, the day offers many fun ways for people of all ages to learn about the monarch butterfly and its amazing 2,300 mile migration from Minnesota to the mountains of Michoacán, Mexico.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board continues to gather feedback from the community as applications for next Superintendent are considered
Festivities to celebrate the renovated beach now planned Monday, August 13, beginning at 4:30 pm. Bathroom building is now open!
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