Duluth Parks and Recreation division will host a virtual public meeting June 4 to review proposed designs for a new Keene Creek Park playground.
According to a news release, the playground has passed its useful lifespan and does not meet accessible surface guidelines. The proposed model incorporates new inclusive play elements. The meeting is open to all age groups.
To attend the virtual meeting June 4 at 5 p.m., visit duluthmn.gov/live-meeting and choose "Parks & Recreation Public Meetings."
The playground upgrade is part of a larger 2020 Improvement Plan for the park. Other improvements include accessibility upgrades, dog park improvements, trail resurfacing and realigning, and the addition of a new bicycle pump track.
The improvements at Keene Creek Park are funded by a federal grant and tourism tax funds as part of the larger St. Louis River Corridor Initiative, a news release said.
For more information at the Keene Creek Park project, visit duluthmn.gov/parks/parks-planning/st-louis-river-corridor/keene-creek-park.