City of Duluth is looking for input to develop mini-master plans on 11 neighborhood parks  in the St. Louis River Corridor including Peidmont, Riverside, Merrit and more. 

An online survey is available at the City of Duluth website. The survey will be open through December 6, 2015 so get your ideas in while you can. Draft Mini-Master Plans will be released in early 2016 for final comments. All the plans are being developed as part of the St. Louis River Corridor Initiative.

Historical, Fond du Lac, Blackmer, Smithville, Riverside, Norton, Keene Creek, Grassy Point, Merritt, Harrison, and Piedmont

The parks in this initiative are:

  • Historical
  • Fond Du Lac
  • Blackmer
  • Smithville
  • Riverside
  • Norton
  • Keen Creek
  • Grassy Pointe
  • Merritt
  • Harrison
  • Piedmont

It's great to see neighborhood parks being updated and I love that they want the communities opinion. So if you want your voice to be heard, make sure you complete the survey.