Arrowhead Park Master Planning
The Fox Valley Energy plant has been torn down! Time to develop a master plan for the entire park. The City of Neenah Park and Recreation Department will be hosting two public input sessions. These planning sessions will actively involve those in attendance.
Special Thanks to all who have attended meetings, provided input via the web, sent emails, or submitted an idea in the drop off box for plans for Arrowhead Park. Your input is invaluable.
SEH, the city consultant, will be tabulating all of the comments and rankings that have been shared over the course of several meetings and the recent community input session on Wednesday, November 9. The series of meetings included staff, a leadership team, the Common Council and a second Public Input Session.
Once the comments and rankings have been tabulated, this information will be shared with the Leadership team; this leadership team is comprised of Commissioner Hillstrom, Commissioner Vedder, Council member Kunz, Community Development Director Haese and Park and Recreation Director Kading. This group will provide direction and feedback to SEH that will be used to develop the draft plan for Arrowhead Park.
Preliminary Plans & Info. to be discussed at December 15th Parks & Recreation Commission Meeting
Parks & Recreation Commission Memo
Leadership Group Comments
Draft Arrowhead Park – Conceptual
Arrowhead Park Green Infrastructure
Arrowhead Park Ecological Opportunities
- Presentation of the Draft Plan to the Park and Recreation Commission – December 15; 4:30p at City Hall (Hauser Room)
- Presentation of Final Plan to the Park and Recreation Commission – January 19, 2017; 4:30p at City Hall (Hauser Room)
Park and Recreation Commission meetings are open to the public and participation is encouraged.
If individuals are unable to attend they are encouraged to leave ideas or suggestion at email@example.com or contact the Park and Recreation Department at 920-886-6060.
Arrowhead Park is a 30 acre park that is at the southern end of Little Lake Butte des Morts. The current asphalt will be part of the 3.2 mile Loop the Little Lake Trestle Project with the one of the major landing locations in the northeast corner of the Park. This is seen as a wonderful gateway into the downtown and to transition from the downtown to the waterfront.