Next Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan meeting is July 9 at Lynnhurst Recreation CenterPosted on 8 July, 2019
CAC and public will help identify which areas of the plan have consensus and which areas need additional design work or discussion
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has received lots of feedback since it published revised long-term plans for improving and managing Minnehaha Creek and the parkway, parkland and trails adjacent to it through Minneapolis earlier this summer.
The master planning process continues tomorrow, Tuesday, July 9, 2019, during Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting #8. The meeting is scheduled 6-8 pm at Lynnhurst Recreation Center, 1345 W Minnehaha Parkway. During the meeting, the CAC and public will help identify which areas of the plan have consensus and which areas need additional design work or discussion.
CAC Meeting #8
Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Lynnhurst Recreation Center
Address: 1345 W Minnehaha Parkway
Topic: Solicit input from the CAC and the general public on the preferred concepts in order to identify which areas have consensus and which areas need additional design work or discussion.
View and comment on the designs
Follow the links below to review and provide feedback online.
Key to the segments and focus areas, information on best management practices, locations of outfalls and pipesheds along the creek and corridor-wide diagrams: creek restoration, creek access, activity areas, and parkway vehicle circulation.
Segment 1 [PDF]
Western Minneapolis border to Lake Harriet outlet/west terminus of Minnehaha Parkway.
Segment 2 [PDF]
Girard Avenue to I-35W
Segment 3 [PDF]
I-35W to Cedar Avenue (Nokomis-Hiawatha Regional Park border)
Segment 4 [PDF]
Nokomis-Hiawatha Regional Park to Minnehaha Regional Park
Share the online survey using the following link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/CreekPreferred