Cherokee Regional Park Play Area Project

Cherokee Regional Park Play Area Improvements

Overview

Cherokee Regional Park is a 100 acre park in the City of Saint Paul extending along the Mississippi River bluff. The park consists of mature overstory trees and turf. The park offers two open-air picnic shelters, restroom building, playground, basketball court, two tennis courts, and a backstop for an informal athletic field. The Cherokee Regional Trail runs through the park providing connections to the river and adjacent trails.

Legacy funding has been secured to remove and replace the existing play area.

Project Updates

January 22, 2018:  The Cherokee Regional Park Play Area Improvement project is now out for re-bid with the anticipation for construction spring 2018.  More updates to come!

August 16, 2017:  Bids came back higher than anticipated and the project will not be awarded at this time.  The plan is to rebid the project after the New Year.  Stay tune for future updates!

July 10, 2017:  Cherokee Regional Park Play Area Improvements project is out for advertisement for spring 2018 construction.

June 28, 2017:  Site Plan Review Committee approved Cherokee Regional Park Play Area Improvements construction documents.

May 11, 2017:  Construction documents submitted to Site Plan Review.

March 7, 2017:  Construction documents in progress.                                                                                               

Meetings

Meeting 1:  Kick-Off Community Meeting, November 17, 2016, Baker Park Recreation Center, 209 Page St. W. - from 5-7 PM.

Meeting 2:  Community Meeting #2, December 15, 2016, Baker Park Recreation Center, 209 Page St. W. - from 6-8 PM.

Meeting 3: Community Meeting #3, January 26, 2017, Baker Park Recreation Center, 209 Page St. W. - from 6-8 PM.

Meeting 4: Open House - February 16, 2017, Baker Park Recreation Center, 209 Page St. W. - from 6-8 PM.