Some interesting statistics emerged from the first-ever Riverfront Vitality Report.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is collecting feedback on plans to improve 3.5 miles of bike and pedestrian trails along the river's west bank from Franklin Avenue to Plymouth Avenue.
On Sept. 18, 10 young adults will take off on a journey across America via one of the nation’s longest and oldest avenues: the Mississippi River.
The Minneapolis Park Board has agreed to purchase what it hopes is the first of several pieces of residential riverfront property in Northeast that will some day become a linear park in the mold of Lake Calhoun or Lake Harriet.
There is a free screening of "The Adventures of Huck Finn" 7 p.m. tonight at a future park site just north of the Plymouth Avenue bridge formerly home to the Scherer Bros. lumber company.
The team recently tapped to design the Water Works park on downtown’s central riverfront envisions a “power park” for the site.
An upcoming festival on the Mississippi riverfront will offer Minneapolis residents a chance to explore the plans for a new park area currently under construction.