Next steps: long-term neighborhood park plans for North MinneapolisPosted on 14 November, 2018
Thanks to everyone who participated in more than 18 months of community-based planning and design for 31 neighborhood parks and three trails in North Minneapolis to create the North Service Area Master Plan (NSAMP)!
As you may know, the public comment period for these plans ended on October 27. Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) staff and the design team are compiling the comments and modifying plans as necessary.
It is anticipated that the revised master plan will be presented to the Board of Commissioners for possible adoption in January 2019; a public hearing will also take place at that time. Watch for an announcement when a date is scheduled.
In the meantime, please share information about the park plans, which are available on the NSAMP project page.
Thanks again for helping to plan the future of North Minneapolis neighborhood parks.
About the North Service Area Master Plan
The North Service Area Master Plan (NSAMP) creates new, long-term plans for all Minneapolis neighborhood parks north of I-394 and west of the Mississippi River. NSAMP considers how parks are operated, maintained, and improved. It includes plans for all exterior facilities — athletic fields, playgrounds, trails, etc. — but not buildings or recreation centers. For more information, visit the project web page.
Adam Regn Arvidson
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board