Project Location

Minnehaha Parkway

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Project Manager

Adam Arvidson

Phone: 612-230-6470

clean water land & legacy amendment

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Language Resources

Correo Electró

Key Documents


Current Phase: System Planning


Segment 1 [PDF] Segment 2 [PDF] Segment 3 [PDF] Segment 4 [PDF]

Check out initial plans outlining the future of parks and trails along Minnehaha Creek!

View the plans and weigh in online or see them in person and discuss with planners at two upcoming events! The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has published initial proposed long-term plans for improving and managing Minnehaha Creek and the parkway, parkland and trails adjacent to it between Minnehaha Regional Park and the western […]

Initial park plans debut January 31

Draft park plans post online January 31; see them in person and give feedback at three upcoming events.

CAC Meeting #3 Summary

CAC #3 Agenda [PDF] CAC #3 Presentation [PDF] CAC #3 Notes [PDF] CAC #3 Planning Process and Schedule [PDF] CAC #3 Attachments A and B [PDF] Back to Project Page

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Project Milestones

January-March 2018

  • Project Initiation

March-June 2018

  • Inventory and analysis, community visioning, development of designs

July-September 2018

  • Community involvement in refinement of designs

October 2018-January 2019

  • Document creation and MPRB Approval

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Online Survey

Please check back in February for a new survey or contact project manager with immediate input.

Past Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

Thu, Feb 21, 2019 6:00pm – 8:00pm @ Morris Recreation Center, 5531 39th Ave. S Minneapolis, MN 55417
Workshop-style event to review and provide input on concepts developed for focus areas along Minnehaha Creek. All CAC (Community Advisory Committee) meetings are open to the public.

Park history coming soon. The Master Plan is funded with $256,000 from the Parks and Trails Legacy Fund, part of the Minnesota voter-approved Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment. After completion of the Master Plan, MPRB will also implement $2,722,663 in capital improvements, based on the Master Plan. This work is also funded by the Parks and Trails Legacy Fund. The City of Minneapolis and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District are major project partners in this effort.