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City of Duluth invites public to community input session for Norton Park

By Kelli Latuska

The City of Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division invites the public to an interactive community input session for proposed park improvements to Norton Park. In June of 2016, a park plan was adopted for Norton Park as part of the St. Louis River Corridor Initiative. Additional public input is needed at this time to help guide investment priorities and to better understand community needs and preferences for park improvements.

The community input session will be held Tuesday from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at Norton Park United Methodist Church, located at 436 N 79th Ave W.

Duluth Parks and Recreation will offer on-site activities for youth ages 3+ for parents and guardians attending the session. Parents must register their child in advance, as space is limited. Parents can register children for youth programming for the session by calling the Parks and Recreation office at (218) 730-4300 or by emailing with the child’s name and age.

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