Public Comment Period for Draft Downtown Service Area Master Parks Plan Closes March 4
February 27, 2017
Franklin Steele Square is one of five existing parks included in the Downtown Service Area Master Plan
One week left to review and comment on long-term plan for Downtown Minneapolis parks!
This is the last week for the public to comment on a draft of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board’s (MPRB) Downtown Service Area Master Plan (DSAMP). This document will guide outdoor improvements at all non-riverfront downtown neighborhood parks (Elliot Park, Franklin Steele Square, Gateway Park, Loring Park, Park Avenue Triangle) for the next 20-30 years, as well as the potential acquisition and development of new parkland within downtown Minneapolis.
The draft DSAMP is the result of more than two years of community-based planning and design. The public comment period opened on Jan. 18, 2017 and it closes March 4, 2017.
Review and Comment
The plan is available online on the DSAMP project page. Printed copies are available at Elliot Recreation Center, Loring Community Arts Center and MPRB headquarters.
Community members may comment by filling out a brief online survey, filling out a printed survey at one of the locations listed above or by emailing or phoning the contact listed below.