730 E 22nd St.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Peavey Park Master Plan [PDF]
Community Engagement Plan [PDF]
Peavey Park Phasing Plan 2017/18 [PDF]
Project Notification Signage [PDF]
Phasae 2 Survey Results [PDF]
Phase 2 Follow-Up Survey Results [PDF]
Alternate Basketball Courts During Phase 1 Construction [JPG]
Phase 1 Basketball Courts Design [JPG]
Playground Draft Concept Plan
Picnic Shelter Draft Concept Plan
Current: Phase 1 Construction
Phase 2 Design: Summer 2017 to Winter 2018
Phase 2 Construction: May to September 2018
At their November 29 meeting, Commissioners for the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) approved concept plans for a second phase of major investments at Peavey Park, funded by $1 million from MPRB's 20-Year Neighborhood Park Plan (NPP20).
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) will hold a public hearing on proposed improvements for Peavey Park on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 6:45pm at MPRB Headquarters, 2117 West River Road in Minneapolis.
The hearing allows interested members of the public to weigh in on proposed playground and picnic shelter concept plans before the Board of Commissioners. After the hearing is closed, commissioners will consider approval of the plans.
The asphalt courts for the basketball complex have been completed, along with the asphalt paths and concrete walks. The rain garden and tree plantings will be complete this week as well. Due to the colder temperatures, court surfacing, site furnishings and basketball hoops will be installed spring of 2018. The basketball courts should be open to the public by June, 2018.
Summer 2017-Winter 2018
In 2016 the MPRB approved the South Service Area Master Plan, including a plan for Peavey Park (also known as Peavey Field Park). The park plan determines the type and location of facilities, the general areas of mown and naturalized landscapes and the general area of trees, and the extent and general location of pathways. The park plan does not determine the specific design of the facilities or the location of minor amenities, such as benches, drinking fountains, and signs.
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Neighborhood Capital Levy
$188,000 - 2012
NPP20/Net Debt Bonds
$225,000 - 2013
$264,600 - 2017
$1,000,000 - 2018
See David C. Smith's Parks, Lakes, Trails and So Much More [PDF].