South Haymarket Park

  • Project typePark Construction
  • Project scheduleConstruction starts 2024, opening 2025
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South Haymarket Park will be a destination park right here in the heart of Lincoln’s Haymarket. It is located southwest of 7th and N Streets. This park will support the continued growth of residential living downtown, catalyze economic development activity and tourism, and promote health equity and a livable community for all residents. Amenities will include an interactive water feature, destination playground, dog park, and in-ground skate park.

Coming in 2025!

“South Haymarket Park will be a destination in this community for residents and visitors alike. We can’t wait to welcome Lincoln to this new space and watch it come to life.”
~ Lincoln Parks and Recreation Director Maggie Stuckey-Ross.

South Haymarket Park includes a Common Ground Plaza and a fun interactive water feature.

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Funding and Park Updates 

Project updates will occur periodically. Please check back in the future!

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FAQ's 

What amenities may be within the area? 

At this time, the master plan includes areas for open play, a dog park, interactive water feature, playground, and in-ground skate park. There will also be a trail that connects the end of the N Street Cycletrack to the start of the Jamaica North Trail.

Has a master plan been developed?

Yes. The master plan will be considered by the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board in 2023. Pending approval, more detailed design will then commence.

Lincoln Parks Foundation will launch the capital campaign for the park in fall 2023.

When will the park open?

Construction will begin in summer 2024. We anticipate the completion of the park in 2025.

How can I donate to this project? 

The Lincoln Parks Foundation is leading the campaign to raise funds for the park and plaza. Those interested in making a gift to the park are encouraged to contact 402-441-8258, donations can also be made online.

Location

Southwest of 7th and "N" streets,    View Map

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