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Open House #2 Graphics

Calhoun-Harriet Trail and Access Improvements Open House #2This meeting was held on November 9, 2016. Preferred Concepts NE Calhoun Lower Segment [PDF] NE Calhoun Upper Segment [PDF] SE Harriet [PDF] West Lake Street [PDF]

See the results of recent engagement

In the fall of 2016, MPRB staff gathered community input regarding proposed trail and access improvements along the Lake Calhoun (Bde Maka Ska) and Lake Harriet bicycle and pedestrian trails.  See the results of the Online Survey #1 [PDF]. This input will be used to shape the preferred concepts and final design.

Second Open House for Calhoun-Harriet Trail Improvements project scheduled Nov. 9

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is hosting a second public meeting for planned trail and access improvements around Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun. The meeting is scheduled Nov. 9, 6-8 pm at Lyndale Farmstead Recreation Center, 3900 Bryant Ave. S. Improvements will focus primarily on pedestrian and bicycle circulation at Northeast Calhoun and Southeast […]

Attend Oct. 4 meeting to see initial plans for Calhoun-Harriet trail and access improvements

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is excited to announce the first of two community open houses to gather public input regarding proposed trail and access improvements along Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails. The meeting is scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016, 6-8 pm at Lyndale Farmstead Recreation Center, 3900 Bryant […]

Project Update – July 25, 2016

This project will implement short-term priority projects identified in the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan. Generally, this will consist of circulation improvements at Northeast Calhoun (West Lake Street and East Calhoun Parkway) and Southeast Harriet (West Minnehaha Parkway and Lake Harriet Parkway). Additionally, bicycle and pedestrian trails in poor condition will be replaced and access to both […]

Final CAC recommendations released; next steps outlined

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) would like to thank the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for its tireless work throughout 11 public meetings spanning almost 10 months. At its last meeting, the CAC approved its final recommendations for the master plan, which will create a 25-year vision for Lake Calhoun, Lake Harriet […]

Update #8 – May 6, 2016

What’s Happened in the Past Two Weeks: The design team has coordinated with the Calhoun Harriet Master Plan design team to ensure compatibility between both projects. The design team has met to discuss the concepts and project schedule. All notes and comments from the last public meeting have been compiled, along with the survey results […]

Final CAC meeting May 10 at Jones-Harrison Residence

The final meeting of the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan Community Advisory Committee (CAC) will be held on Tuesday, May 10, 6-8:30 pm at the Jones-Harrison Residence, 3700 Cedar Lake Ave. The meeting was originally scheduled at Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Headquarters, but concerns over traffic delays due to road construction and rush hour congestion prompted […]

Meetings Added to the Calhoun-Harriet Master Planning Process!

Two community advisory committee meeting have been added to the 2016 calendar for the planning process that will develop a 25 year vision for Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet, parks within the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Regional Park. Neighborhood associations and elected officials from across the region have appointed members to a Community Advisory Committee (CAC). […]

New meetings added for Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan

The November 17 Citizen’s Advisory Committee #6 meeting focused on Focus Areas 5-9 which included East Calhoun, South Calhoun and William Berry, the Harriet Bandshell area, the Lower Road on East Harriet,and Lyndale Gardens. Focus Areas 1-4 have been posted and can be found under the CAC Meeting #5 summary. Visit the “Get Involved” tab for all meeting presentation […]