Project Location

Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood

Project Manager

Daniel Elias


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Language Resources

Correo Electró

Join us January 21 for Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting #4

Details: CAC Meeting #4 All ages are welcome! Children’s activities and a light dinner are provided Scroll down for more information on the CAC Date: Tuesday, January 21 Time: 5:30 pm to 8 pm Place: Coyle Community Center, 420 15th Ave. S., Minneapolis Upcoming CAC meetings May 17, 2020 and June 16, 2020 (third Tuesday […]

Project updates: CAC meeting on November 19; online survey

Online survey available: Share your thoughts on recreation in Cedar-Riverside neighborhood Visit to take the survey, which is open until late November. Tuesday, November 19: CAC Meeting #3 – all are welcome Times and Topics: 5 pm: Short-term recreation programming 5:30 pm to 8 pm: CAC for Cedar-Riverside Recreation Centers Predesign project Place: Coyle […]

Project updates: Oct. 11, 2019

Thanks for your interest in the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board’s (MPRB) Cedar-Riverside Recreation Centers Predesign project. The following updates include several engagement opportunities; we hope to hear from you at one or more of these events. Online survey available Visit to take the survey, which is open until late November. Follow-up: Community Advisory Committee (CAC) […]

Project Milestones

Ongoing – August 2018

  • Market Research & Assessment

August 2018 – June 2019

  • Research and Development

June 2019 – June 2020

  • Predesign

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Upcoming Meetings

Community Advisory Committee Meeting #4 – Cedar-Riverside Recreation Centers Predesign

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 @ 5:30-8 pm
Brian Coyle Community Center
This will be the fourth meeting of the Community Advisory Committee for the Cedar-Riverside Recreation Centers Predesign project. All interested public are encouraged to attend. Kid activities and a light dinner will be provided.

Project funded by $330,000 State Bond Funds (House File 1068)