Don’t miss it! Two chances coming up to try out a pop-up bike park

In partnership with Minneapolis Bike Parks, MPRB staff will take input on the Minnehaha Trail Master Plan at two upcoming pop-up bike parks. These events will consist of several small features that riders of all ages, from striders to skilled adults, will be able to ride over and around. Volunteers will help guide and spot the riders in order […]

CAC Meeting #2 Summary

CAC #2 Agenda [PDF] CAC #2 Meeting Notes [PDF] CAC #2 Presentation – Presentation is available upon request to the project manager, Adam Arvidson CAC #2 Map Handout [PDF] This summer the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) launched the Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan! This new project will set a vision and priorities for […]

What is the Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan?

CAC #1 Agenda [PDF] CAC #1 Presentation [PDF] CAC #1 Meeting Notes [PDF] The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is excited to announce the launch of the Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan! This new project will set a vision and priorities for future park improvements and management along the trail for the next 20-30 years. […]

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board launches new project to plan future of parks and trails and along Minnehaha Creek

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is excited to announce the launch of the Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan! This new project will set a vision and priorities for future park improvements and management along the trail for the next 20-30 years. The planning process will be guided by a Community Advisory Committee […]

Attend Minnehaha Creek Open Houses April 12 and 17!

Learn about upcoming and ongoing projects affecting the creek and share your ideas The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB), City of Minneapolis and Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) are excited to announce two upcoming public open houses scheduled April 12 and April 17. These informal events are designed to begin conversations about four projects […]

CAC applications for Mississippi Gorge Master Plan due March 7; Minnehaha Creek and SW Minneapolis deadline extended to March 21

New Master Plans coming for Mississippi Gorge Regional Park, Minnehaha Regional Trail, Southwest Service Area The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is excited to launch three new park master planning projects: Mississippi Gorge Regional Park Master Plan Parkland flanking both the east and west banks of the Mississippi River between Bridge No. 9 and […]

Coming Soon

This planning process is about to begin.  Over the next year, MPRB will offer numerous opportunities for the public to get involved.  Subscribe to e-mail updates to stay in the loop, and consider applying to serve on the project’s Community Advisory Committee (CAC).

Work on Phase 1 begins soon

Next week a contractor hired by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will begin Phase 1 of the Minnehaha Parkway Trail Improvement project. Phase 1 includes widening the existing pedestrian asphalt trail starting just west of Bryant Avenue up to the Lyndale Avenue Bridge and improving the trail crossing at Lyndale Avenue.  This widened segment of […]

Concept plan approved by Board of Commissioners

Two-phase plan widens section of trail between Bryant and Garfield avenues to improve accessibility and safety for bicyclists and pedestrians The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) of Commissioners approved the concept plan for improvements to Minnehaha Parkway Trail between Bryant and Garfield avenues at its Dec. 2, 2015 meeting. MPRB commissioners and staff selected […]

Public Meeting #4

The Park Board will host a community meeting to inform the community about a shared use trail concept plan for trail improvements along Minnehaha Parkway near Lyndale Avenue. Trail improvements in this area seek to improve safety and overall usability, while providing shared use trail access beneath the Lyndale Avenue Bridge.   All are welcome to […]