Project Boundary [PDF]
Basic Project Information [PDF]
Community Engagement Plan [PDF]
Open House #1 Graphics
Online Survey #1 Results [PDF]
Open House #2 Graphics
12/21/16 Study Report [PDF]
Boat Launch Closure Flyer [PDF]
Current Phase: Construction
Closure necessary for trail rehabilitation and accessibility upgrades around Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska
This is a reminder to all Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska park users and boaters that the Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska Boat Launch, located off of East Calhoun Parkway near West Lake Street, closes next Monday, Aug. 21. The closure is expected to continue through Friday, Sept. 8. The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board appreciates the public's patience while this important trail rehabilitation and accessibility improvements project is completed.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is excited to announce Lake Harriet Trail repairs and construction are complete and vehicle and pedestrian detours are no longer in place. Now the Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska-Harriet Trail and Access Improvements project focus has shifted to northeast Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska.
Fall 2016-Winter 2017
Spring 2017-Fall 2017
This project will implement short term priority projects identified during the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan and Improvements project. Visit the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan and Improvements project page for more information about the project history.
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A majority of funding comes from the Metropolitan Council’s Parks and Trails Fund. From the 2015 fund, $700,000 is available for planning and implementation. 2015 funds must be used by July 1, 2017. From the 2016 fund, $2.679 million is the amount available for implementation. 2016 funds must be used by July 1, 2018. An additional $360,000 is allocated from the Regional Park Operations and Maintenance Fund for a total project budget of $3,739,000.
This funding is utilized for the Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan, the William Berry Parkway Trail Improvements, the Cloudman Memorial and the Calhoun-Harriet Trail and Access Improvements project.
Park Histories [PDF]