Parks and Trail Projects/Construction

North and South Valley Parks Active Living Master Plan

We would like your feedback on what you'd like to see in the future at these parks!

To provide feedback online visit https://hkgi.mysocialpinpoint.com/igh-north-and-south-valley-parks-active-living-master-plan

Babcock Feasibility Study


The City of Inver Grove Heights in partnership with Dakota County are conducting a trail feasibility study along Babcock Trail (County Road 53) from the 494 bridge down to 63rd Street where there is an existing trail.

The purpose of the feasibility study is to determine the potential need for pedestrian routes along Babcock Trail by residents, the opportunities and constraints of creating pedestrian routes along the various sections of this corridor, and the potential costs associated with the differing route options.

We need input from the community to determine if there is desire to have safe pedestrian routes along Babcock Trail.

Please click on the link below and please provide us with comments and input.

Click here:

https://mysidewalk.com/organizations/294246/inver-grove-heights-trail-feasibility-study


Information on Rich Valley Regional Greenway


Dakota County is planning for a Rich Valley Regional Greenway which will be a County trail project. The Rich Valley Regional Greenway Master Plan has not yet been adopted but residents can log into the following website to learn more and comment.

https://www.co.dakota.mn.us/parks/Planning/Greenways/Pages/rich-valley.aspx

Mississippi River Regional Trail Status Map

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Once completed, Mississippi River Trail (MRT) will extend 27 miles along the Mississippi River from St. Paul to Hastings, providing scenic views of the river and connections to local parks and trails and other community destinations. The trail will be paved and is intended for non-motorized uses such as walking, bicycling and in-line skating.
Check out the map with construction updates!
Questions? Contact John Mertens at 952-891-7036 or
JOHN.MERTENS@CO.DAKOTA.MN.US