Project Location

Phelps Park
701 E 39th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55407

Project Manager

Kelly Wilcox
Phone:
 612-499-0260
Emailkwilcox@minneapolisparks.org

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Correo Electrónicopreguntas@minneapolisparks.org
Email
suaalo@minneapolisparks.org

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Status

Current Phase: Schematic Design
Construction: Spring and Summer 2019

Phelps Park project update: construction on hold; park to remain open for the summer

Although construction on a range of improvements at Phelps Park was originally planned to begin in June, the project is currently on hold.

Final Schematic Design drawings have been posted for your review and comment

Thank you to all who have participated in the Community input process by sharing your thoughts and opinions on the future of Phelps Park.

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Project Milestones

Spring 2018

  • Community Engagement

Summer 2018

  • Design, Documentation, Community Review

Autumn 2018

  • Bidding and Construction

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The South Side Area Master plan was completed and approved by MPRB in 2016.

Phelps park was allotted $900,000 of NPP20 funding for 2018 and an additional $500,000 of funding for 2019.

The Master Plan for Phelps Park prioritized replacing the wading pool with a splash pad and replacing the playground with upgraded play areas including a tot lot, school age play area and an adult fitness area.

Our project team has been meeting with small groups to discuss their ideas about the Phelps Park Master plan.

We’ve held design meetings with the Boys and Girls Club, Local childcare centers, Local Businesses, the Bryant Neighborhood Organization and the planners of the South Side Back in the Day event.

We will continue to meet with Neighborhood and Community stakeholders and will use their input as the basis for the final design of the park.

Final designs will be ready for review in early August.