Two Harbors Trail System Plan Update


Background

The Two Harbors Trails Plan was published in 2005 and has proved an effective document guiding trail development in the City for the last decade. Changes in the community, and in funding opportunities, call for the document to be updated in a comprehensive “Master Plan” format. This Master Plan will use input from City leaders, residents, public land administrators, trail enthusiasts, and other stakeholders to describe the potential trail system and to develop a statement of overall objectives, goals, and actions. The Plan will serve as a “Master Plan” in compliance with the Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission, a primary potential funding partner.


 Meetings

February 16th, 2017 Public Visioning Session

March 15th, 2017 Survey Review Meeting


 Survey

As part of the public input process, a survey has been developed to glean trail system destinations and recommendations.

To take the survey, follow this link: Two Harbor Trail Plan Survey

Or, you can find the print version here: Two Harbors Trails Plan Print Survey

If you would like to provide additional information to the City regarding destinations and dangerous areas in the community, please click this link: Two Harbors Trail System Destinations and Recommendations Survey


More Information

If you would like to spread the word about the Two Harbors Trails Plan Update or to find out more information, see the materials below:

Contact:

Justin Otsea
ARDC/Two Harbors City Planner

Phone: 218-834-8833
Email: jotsea@ardc.org

This website and plan update was funded in part by the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, administered by the Office for Coastal Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under Award NA14NOS4190055 provided to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program. The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management, U.S. Department of Commerce or Minnesota Department of Natural Resources