Reminder: Residents invited to help plan the future of Minneapolis Parks
Multiple projects are underway to shape award-winning park system for next 20 years – and beyond
On Tuesday, Sept. 1, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) will begin its final series of city-wide meetings to share information and gather feedback on what may be the most comprehensive planning effort in its 130 year history. Minneapolis residents are encouraged to get involved and help the MPRB with three distinct, yet deeply intertwined projects: Closing the Gap: Investing in our Neighborhood Parks, RecQuest, and Service Area Master Plans.
RecQuest and Service Area Master Plans focus on what Minneapolis residents want in parks over the next 25 to 30 years. Closing the Gap is about funding these needs.
The final “wrap-up” meetings will be held throughout September.
Read more to see upcoming meeting dates and to learn how you can help.