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Regular monthly meeting of the Planning Commission (the second Tuesday of every month).
The Human Rights Commission meets:
Meeting Time and Place: First Wednesday of the month at 4:45 p.m., Council Chamber, Third Floor, City Hall, 411 West First Street, and are open to the public.
All meetings will be held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5:15 PM in City Hall Council Chambers unless otherwise noted
Meeting Time and Place:
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 Monday 2-4pm and Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:30am at the Duluth Heights Community Center.
For more information, please call 218-730-4322.
Meeting Time and Place unless otherwise specified:
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. If you have any questions, please call 730-4397 (Sandy McComb), 348-0173 (Laura Owen), or 730-4398 (Marnie Grondahl).
The Board meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month when there is business to be heard. The meeting usually held at 3:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber on the third floor of City Hall.
The Commission on Disabilities meets the first Wednesday of every month at 3:00 p.m., Room 303, City Hall.
For further information use the contact form located at the bottom of this page.
Meeting Minutes will be posted after they have been approved by the Commission.
Second Wednesday of each month at 5:00 p.m
The June 20th City Hall in the City Listening session will be rescheduled due to conflicts with other community events the same night. A new date will be announced soon.
As a reminder, the other previously scheduled City Hall in the City Listening sessions are listed below. These sessions are open to the public and are meant to be one-on-one conversations between residents and their elected officials.
Meetings take place from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm:
August 15, 2018 UMD campus, Room 40 Solon Campus Center, (parking lot is off University Drive)
September 19, 2018 Norton Park Community Center, 81st St Coleman Ave West
October 16, 2018 Pennel Park Apartments, 330 North Arlington
November 14, 2018 Lake Superior College campus - Room S1981
Heritage Preservation Commission meets the 2nd tuesday of the month, from 3:00 to 4:30 PM (new date and time as of March 2018).
All community members are invited and encouraged to attend a community meeting to discuss the needs of low and moderate income residents in Duluth. This meeting is part of an effort to better understand existing and emerging needs related to housing, basic services, income-building, and neighborhood stability. The information and ideas gathered at this meeting will help to determine priorities for funds the City receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). All interested people are welcome to attend. In addition to this meeting, a Community Needs Survey is available online at: http://bit.ly/CommDevDLH
Refreshments will be provided. If you have questions, please contact the City of Duluth Community Planning Division at (218) 730-5580 or email@example.com.
In July 2017, the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced that $750,000 was awarded to Minnesota through the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) program and that the City of Duluth would receive these funds for Lincoln Park Restoration. At the time, the City was proceeding with a more modest Phase I improvement project for the park. With the additional $750,000, the budget for Lincoln Park doubled allowing the project to grow in scope. Additional funding allowed identification of outstanding maintenance and restoration needs at Lincoln Park.
The solutions proposed are big picture ideas, honoring the needs and wants of the community voiced through the 2016 Mini-Master planning process and the 2017 Community Design Charrette. Please consider attending this public meeting where City staff will announce the additional funding, unveil an updated Lincoln Park Concept Plan and discuss the timeline for implementation.
The public meeting will take place on: Thursday, June 28th, 2018
6:30 - 7:30pm
Lincoln Park Pavilion
You are invited to attend an open house to learn about the nomination of Hartley Park to the Duluth Natural Areas Program.
The Duluth Natural Areas Program was created and adopted by ordinance in 2002 to protect and preserve Duluth’s natural heritage for the public good. It was established because the City and other governmental entities own a large number of tracts of real estate, some of which are of environmental significance to the community. This local program is designed to help us better protect and manage these remaining relatively undisturbed natural areas to ensure the services and values they provide (e.g., habitat diversity, water quality, flood retention, and a sense of place for us all) are preserved now and into the future from sale and development.