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Wilderness Park Community Working Group

Purpose:

To discuss the needs of Wilderness Park in the context of the goals established, prioritize projects that may be accomplished given the resources available, identify possible sources of additional funding, and identify projects that might be appropriate for volunteer assistance.


Members:



Wilderness Park Stream Crossings

The community has been invited to provide input on priorities for repair/replacement of stream crossings. Parks and Recreation staff will use the new guidelines to evaluate options for future stream crossings with an emphasis on maintaining connectivity of trails throughout the seven-mile-long park. Stream crossing structures in Wilderness Park include small pedestrian bridges, larger multi-use bridges and low water crossings. All of the bridges are regularly inspected for safety, and structures deemed unsafe are closed until it is determined whether to repair, remove or replace them.

November 21st, 2019
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Woods Park Place, 3131 "O" St., lower level training center

January 23, 2020
6:30 to 8 p.m.
Woods Park Place, 3131 "O" St., lower level training center



Materials and Downloads

Final Report

April 19

March 22

March 8

February 22

Contact Sara Hartzell, shartzell@lincoln.ne.gov or 402-441-0000, with any questions.

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