City Seeks Public Input on Duluth Traverse Mini Master Plan

Public Input is Open Until End of Month

DULUTH, Minn.- The Duluth Traverse is a first of its kind 100 mile trail system that links neighborhoods and people to parks and green spaces. The plan has been in the works for around 10 years now, but the planning is about the come to an end. The city of Duluth has a draft of the plan available for public review on their website, and is looking for public input.

The city of Duluth is looking for public input for their Duluth Traverse Mini Master Plan

The Duluth Traverse is a first of its kind 100 mile trail system that links neighborhoods and people to parks and green spaces. The plan has been in the works for around 10 years now, but the planning is about the come to an end. The city of Duluth has a draft of the plan available for public review on their website, and is looking for public input.

“A plan like this protects green spaces, protects outdoor recreation facilities, not just for us now but for future generations, so your voice, is what’s going to help us protect it,” said Jim Shoberg, the Parks Project Coordinator for the City of Duluth.

Public Comments will be accepted until March 31st. Visit http://www.duluthmn.gov/parks/ for the draft of the plan.