City’s Collaborative Planning Committee online meeting update

The next online meeting of the Upper Harbor Terminal Collaborative Planning Committee (UHT CPC) will be on Wednesday July 22 at 5:00 p.m.

The City of Minneapolis has transitioned all City Boards and Commissions to online meetings, including the UHT CPC and other advisory committees. The City is using Microsoft Teams to hold online meetings.

Meeting information (including link to agenda, meeting materials will be hyperlinked in the agenda) will be posted on the City’s Boards and Commissions calendar. Meeting information, agenda and materials will also be posted on the Collaborative Planning Committee page on the Upper Harbor project website.

Upper Harbor Terminal Collaborative Planning Committee (UHT CPC) Regular Meeting

Wednesday July 22, 5:00 p.m.

Online Meeting

To join the meeting as a member of the public: Call in Number +1 612-276-6670, Conference ID: 265 586 632#

Notice: This meeting may involve the remote participation by members, either by telephone or other electronic means, due to the local public health emergency (novel coronavirus pandemic), pursuant to the provisions of MN Statutes Section 13D.021.

MPRB virtual meetings update

Thursday, August 13 TENTATIVE MEETING: Watch for future notices to confirm this meeting.

For questions, contact Kate Lamers, , 612-499-0260

Learn more about the Community Advisory Committee meetings

Draft Park Concepts and Online Survey to remain available; further discussion developing and more materials to be added

Draft park concepts posted: watch online video, find presentation slides, boards, and an online survey. 

MPRB is seeking input on draft park program and concepts, public art master plan, and more.  Find materials in one place on the website, take an online survey, share your thoughts, and pass the word around.  We are not asking for people to pick a concept, but are seeking input on the draft designs and what people like, do not like, feel is missing, etc.  Although a few graphics are embedded in the survey, we highly advise that you watch the video first.  The survey focuses on a few key questions and the does not contain full information.

While the draft concepts largely focus on the possible physical layout of the key park experiences that we have heard requested, the discussion of how this park supports North Minneapolis community members is much larger.  Watch for upcoming engagement opportunities.

Link to MPRB Draft Park Concepts and Materials: