Kenyon Park Master Planning
Goodhue County has hired a consultant, the Hoisington Koegler Group, Inc. (HKGi), to create the master plan for the new County park in Section 7 of Kenyon Township. The master plan will determine how to best utilize the park resources and will guide future development, management, restoration and enhancement of the park. HKGi will be studying park opportunities, recreational needs of the area, natural resources, interpretive opportunities, and park, trail, and river connections. The master planning process began in July, 2016, and will take approximately one year. There will be several opportunities for public participation during this process.
Why do we need a master plan?
- In order to receive grant funding, the park or trail must meet the criteria of the Greater MN Regional Parks and Trails Commission (GMRPTC). One of those criteria is that the park or trail must have a current master plan (10 years old or newer).
- The master plan will include a long range (10-25 year) vision for the park and guide future decisions about park activities, amenities, and capital investment.
How can I be involved?
If you have any other ideas or concerns regarding the park land, please contact Goodhue County Public Works.
Please Join Us!An open house will be held to collect input on a concept plan that has been developed on Thursday, March 23rd from 6:30 - 7:30 PM at:
Schweich Bar & Hotel Click here to see the open house flyer!
Lower Level Meeting Room
632 2nd St
Kenyon, MN 55946
Provide Input Online!Click here to participate in the online survey to view and provide feedback regarding the concepts.This survey will be available through April 5th.