Crow-Hassan Park Reserve Master Plan

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Three Rivers Park District is developing an updated master plan for Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, located at the northwest edge of Hennepin County on the Crow River in the cities of Rogers and Hanover. The large, uninterrupted expanse of land contained within the park reserve is a unique space providing wilderness and wildlife habitat in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

The master plan process will further define the importance of the park’s natural resource protection balanced against recreational access.

Key goals of the master plan include:

Goal 1: Preserve the unique natural resources.

Goal 2: Celebrate the Crow River.

Goal 3: Introduce people to nature and outdoor recreation.

Three Rivers Park District is developing an updated master plan for Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, located at the northwest edge of Hennepin County on the Crow River in the cities of Rogers and Hanover. The large, uninterrupted expanse of land contained within the park reserve is a unique space providing wilderness and wildlife habitat in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

The master plan process will further define the importance of the park’s natural resource protection balanced against recreational access.

Key goals of the master plan include:

Goal 1: Preserve the unique natural resources.

Goal 2: Celebrate the Crow River.

Goal 3: Introduce people to nature and outdoor recreation.

  • Draft Plan COMING SOON!

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    16 May 2019

    Check back in late July, as the draft Crow-Hassan Park Reserve Master Plan is released for 30-day public comment. An opportunity to review the draft plan and give feedback will be provided.

  • Survey Responses Published

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    04 Dec 2018

    Over 1,100 unique responders answered the call to the Crow-Hassan Park Reserve Master Plan survey! Thank you to all who provided thoughtful feedback, your input is being reviewed by Park District staff for consideration as the project transitions to concept development. Be sure and check back for more project updates.