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Kinni Corridor Project
The City of River Falls has embarked on a three-year, multi-phased process that will lead to a comprehensive long-term plan for the Kinnickinnic River Corridor, which will include a decision to keep or remove one or both of the City's hydroelectric dams. Visit www.kinnicorridor.org for the latest information on Kinni Corridor planning, reports and assessments, timelines, links to stakeholder groups, feedback opportunities, event calendar and more.

Trail Plan
The City continues to maintain and enhance the trails along the Kinnickinnic River. In 2015 the City acquired the property and in 2016 completed the trail from the University Falls to Family Fresh. In 2013 the City acquired property between Family Fresh and the Kinnickinnic River. Design is underway, which includes upgrades to the existing pathway, with construction beginning in 2017. In 2015 the City received a grant from the Department of Natural Resources Stewardship Program to construct a paved trail between Heritage Park and Division Street. This trail will pass underneath the Maple Street Bridge and have a spur connection to the riverside plaza at City Hall. Construction is to begin in 2017and be completed by summer of 2018. The City's future plans also include construction of a pedestrian bridge on railroad abutments across the Kinnickinnic River that would connect the Kinnickinnic River Trail near Family Fresh to the Kinnickinnic Trail near Heritage Park. The Downtown Design Plan adopted in 2002 anticipated a trail bridge connecting from West Walnut to the Old Rail Trestle Bridge. This construction will occur after construction of the Old Rail Trestle segment, possible as early as 2022.

Glen Park Master Plan
Improvements to Glen Park include new parking, expanded pool deck and splash pad, new playground, new event building, new ball fields, upgraded trails and other amenities. The estimated cost of the project is $4 million funded by the City's capital budget. Preliminary design plan will begin in the fall of 2017 with estimated construction in 2018.