This survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. We greatly appreciate your time.  Please watch this presentation before completing the survey. Presentation Link HERE.
The purpose of this online survey is to collect input on the program, three draft concept designs, phasing, public art master plan, and other ideas related to park concept development.

Some graphics and information are included in the survey but the full draft concept materials can be found on the project website:  Concept information is available in the form of a video presentation, presentation PDF files, boards, and a supplemental appendix found on the first page of the website and under the Community Engagement / Park Board’s Community Advisory Committee section.  More information such as project background, site information and history, engagement notes going back to 2015, summaries, previous presentations.
The Upper Harbor Terminal is a 48 acre area of land in North Minneapolis, roughly between the Lowry and Camden bridges, where the Minneapolis Park Board is planning a 19.5 acre park.  The first phase of park improvements has a budget of roughly $8 million for construction from 2018 state bond funds and matching local funds.
The City of Minneapolis is leading a separate, but related, development and road and utility infrastructure planning project.  More information about the City project, which covers housing, the music venue, business development, and more can be found on the same website under the community engagement and Collaborative Planning Committee sections.
This online survey is one part of an engagement effort to review the draft concepts with community members and stakeholders.  Due to social distancing requirements in place because of Covid-19, MPRB is focusing on surveys, digital engagement, direct outreach, and focus groups; engagement will continue to evolve.  This survey will be available through Friday, June 16th.

Once a concept and first phase of improvements is approved, MPRB plans to move forward with construction 2022.  The new park area is anticipated to open in 2023.

This survey available in an alternate format (large print, braille, electronic, etc.) and languages upon request. Please contact Cindy Anderson at 612-230-6472 or to request translation.
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