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• Population: 86,211
• Land area in square miles: 67.79
• Persons per square mile: 1,272
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Regular monthly meeting of the Planning Commission (the second Tuesday of every month).
The Human Rights Commission meets:
The Commission on Disabilities meets the first Wednesday of every month at 3:00 p.m., Room 303, City Hall.
Play Gym is a FREE opportunity for parents and their young children to gather and interact in a large, open, indoor space. Play Gym has toys, sports equipment, and art materials available for use. Program offered every Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:30am at the Duluth Heights Community Center.
For more information, please call 218-730-4322.
Parents are encouraged to stop by a car seat safety clinic to have their child's car seat inspected free of charge. When a parent arrives, a certified car seat safety technician climbs into the vehicle to inspect child safety seats. Necessary adjustments will be made so the seats are properly installed to protect children in the event of a crash. The technician will also answer parents' questions or concerns about car seat safety. No appointment is necessary. People will be helped on a first come, first served basis. Questions, please call 730-4397 (Sandy McComb), 348-0173 (Laura Owen), 249-5449 (Kathryn Brown), or 730-4398 (Marnie Grondahl).
AARP Defensive Driving 4-Hour Refresher Class
Evergreen Senior Center
5830 Grand Avenue
AARP Defensive Driving 8-Hour First Time Class
Portman Senior Center
4601 McCulloch Street
A Band Called Truman
Pot Bellied Stallions
Recreational equipment is available for use FREE of charge.
-Frisbee golf, kites, volleyball, kickballs, croquet and more.
-Sheltered seeting, extra bathrooms and concession options are available
Play sports activities on the Turf! Free opportunity for youth ages 7-17.
-Activities are facilitated by collegiate athletes who focus on building constructive relationships with the youth involved, while teaching the basics of sports and athletic games.
Free open skating at Heritage Sports Center
-Bring your own skates, limited skates available for use
This is an opportunity for youth ages 8-17 to learn the game of Ultimate frisbee and play games run by volunteer instructors on the indoor turf at Duluth Heritage Sports Center.
The City of Duluth Public Works and Utilities department is hosting a public meeting to discuss a planned sewer lining project for this summer. City staff will review the project scope, timeline goals and provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions. The project will focus on the 3rd Ave West to 5th Ave West blocks of West Michigan Street in downtown Duluth. There are no road closures planned for this project but trucks will be positioned over manholes for workers to access the sewer system.
The meeting will take place on June 1, 2017 at 8:00 AM in Duluth City Hall (411 West First Street), Room 303.
Questions can be directed to Tom Pfeffer at (218) 730-5104.
You are invited to attend the final public meeting for the Western Waterfront Park & Trail Master Plan. The City is leading a public process to determine future recreational uses of a mostly City-owned, 10-to12-mile corridor along the St. Louis River between the Irving neighborhood and Chambers Grove Park.
You are invited to attend a public informational meeting to discuss 2017 improvements to Irving Park. Residents who attend will be able to provide feedback on the final design. Proposed improvements to the park include site lighting, new playground, field improvements, accessible ramp into park, repairs to stairway adjacent parking lot and improved outdoor gathering space near football concession/storage garage. In 2015, the City Council approved the Irving Park Mini-Master Plan which outlines both short-term and long-term improvements to the park and acts as a guiding document for both the City and community partners.
The City is engaging the public and the Commission on Disabilities to conduct a self-evaluation process to review existing conditions, identify gaps, evaluate its compliance of pedestrian facilities to meet the needs of community members and determine priorities for improvements. The information gathered will be used to draft the ADA Transition Plan for Public Right of Ways, which is reviewed every five years by the Federal Highway Administration.
Several opportunities have been scheduled to allow for the public to hear from and share their input with City staff. An online survey is also available until August 15 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PZPJ9YS Paper copies of the survey will also be available at the Duluth Public Libraries.
Public meetings are set up for:
Pubic feedback will be compiled to draft the plan and will be made available again for public comment on the following dates:
A Committee of the Whole presentation is planned with the Duluth City Council for September followed by a public hearing and City Council adoption of the final ADA Transition Plan prior to October 2017.
Project contact: Cindy Voigt at 218-730-5200.
Flip Flop Party at Portman Senior Recreation Center!
11:30AM: Sweet & Sour Pork Lunch sponsored by AEOA Dining Services ($4/Seniors 60+ or $7.50/adults). Please call 218-390-9429 by June 14th to register.
Costume Contest: Dress up in your wackiest summer outfit and flip flops. Cash prizes for winnning costumes!
12:30-3pm: BINGO! AgeWell Duluth will be sponsoring an extra BINGO game, afternoon treat and door prizes.
The Duluth Public Utilities Commission will hold two public meetings regarding proposed water rate increases. Both meetings willbe held on June 27, 2017, in City Council Chambers. The first meeting will be at 8:00 a.m., and the second meeting will be at 6:00p.m.
The purpose of the meetings will be to discuss the current state of the water system, to explain the proposed changes to the waterrates, and to receive comments from the public regarding these proposed changes.
3rd meeting of the Economic Development focus group. Small group discussion on draft policies and implementation strategies.