Carrie Ann Christensen
Chapter 1 Introduction [PDF]
Chapter 4 Parks A-B [PDF]
Chapter 4 Parks C [PDF]
Chapter 4 Parks D-I [PDF]
Chapter 4 Parks J-M [PDF]
Chapter 4 Parks N-T [PDF]
Current Phase: Park Planning
Weigh in on the latest iteration of park designs that will guide long-term development all neighborhood park properties in Northeast/Southeast Minneapolis
See notes and meeting materials.
A recap of all the project work so far and look at the road ahead
The East of the River Park Plan will have extensive community engagement, and lots of different ways to participate. Throughout 2017-18, we will be in the parks, at community events, attending community meetings, and trying to talk with as many people as we can. Here are a few ways that you can get involved:
Park Design Review [PDF]
June 13, 2018 - CAC Meeting #7 Summary
April 30, 2018 - CAC Meeting #6 Summary
March 19, 2018 - Regional Trails Working Group Summary
March 13, 2018 - CAC Meeting #5 Summary
February 12, 2018 - CAC Meeting #4 Summary
December 18, 2017 - CAC Meeting #3 Summary
November 28, 2017 - CAC Meeting #2 Summary
October 17, 2017 - CAC Meeting #1 Summary
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A Service Area Master Plan is a process that engages the community to:
The Service Area Master Plan will take into account existing activity plans (urban agriculture, court sports, skate parks, etc.) and system planning (ecological system plan, comprehensive plan, etc.)
The Youth Design Team (YDT) is a Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board pilot program for the East of The River Park Master Plan. It employs high school students to participate in the planning of neighborhood parks in NE and SE Minneapolis. During the year-long process, these youth work with MPRB planning staff, design consultants, local artists, and community members to help bring important youth perspectives and creative ideas to the process and park plans. Youth Design Team participants went through a competitive application process, are 15-19 years old, live or attend school in Northeast or Southeast Minneapolis, and are interested in professional fields in art or landscape architecture, community-based research, environmental design and park planning. The YDT has worked on all stages of the plan including site inventory and analysis, community data collection, data analysis, and park planning and design. The YDT has had hands-on experience learning concepts, building skills, and gaining professional experience, all while helping to impact the future of parks in their communities.
Follow the Youth Design Team on Instagram at East of the River Parks!
March and April 2018