Posts Tagged ‘Parks’
A lovely photo of the Mall in 1936.
Preliminary concepts developed by the MPRB project team and public input were released, showing a variety of ideas to improve the north side of Lake Calhoun and the south side of Lake of the Isles. They range from land bridges to board walks to a new channel and more.
The Park Board and the community will meet 10/9 and 10/13 to work on potential design improvements for the north side of Lake Calhoun and the south side of Lake of the Isles.
From the Minneapolis Tribune: IN ARMS: HENNEPIN AVENUE RESIDENTS WILL PROCEED LEGALLY TO SECURE THEIR RIGHTS The residents living on Hennepin boulevard, as well as those owning adjoining property, are not only up in arms at last, but are well organized and financed for the purpose of making a fight against the park board for […]
The space just north of the Walker Library, known as the “top of the Mall”, may be rebuilt. A design process is almost done but the question is, how will it get funded?
Do you have a favorite playground in Uptown? What makes it special? What would you like to see added? What are your favorite local playground memories, whether from years past or from just last week? How often do you visit local playgrounds? Cedar PhillipsMore Posts
Bikes are more than transportation, they’re art.
The City of Lakes Loppet is back in Uptown this weekend, Saturday, February 5th and Sunday, February 6th. The annual festival is a mixture of skiing events, snow sculpture competition, a dog-human ski event (skijoring), ice bike racing, a massive Luminary public skiing frenzy, food, music, and more.
Soil erosion as the result of cow paths on the north side of Lake Calhoun has created a safety, water quality, and attractiveness concern. Year in and year out, nothing seems to be done to mitigate or prevent these problems. What can be done?
Decks that sit on existing streets can extend sidewalks without requiring costly improvements. Could this be a way to create the Lake Street Promenade, as promoted in the Uptown Small Area Plan?