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Planning a More Vibrant Neighborhood

There is a variety of planning work occurring in Lincoln Park, from creation of a Small Area Plan to designing enhancements to the Cross City Trail, and from exploring access for residents to healthy food to working with the police department to identify safety priorities. Residents are encouraged to share their vision and keep informed through surveys, meeting postings, and updates found here.

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Cross City Trail

The Cross City Trail will connect Brighton Beach to the Munger Trail. The Lincoln Park portion of the trail is being constructed in 2014. Residents are invited to participate in design meetings that will create plans for enhancing the beauty and safety of the trail. Ecolibrium3, in partnership with Lincoln Park on the Move and the Lincoln Park Business Group, will be hosting design meetings in the spring of 2014.
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Small Area Plan/Health Impact Assessment

A small area plan is a plan that is developed for a clearly defined area and gives more detailed recommendations than would be provided in a comprehensive plan. As a Small Area Plan is developed, St. Louis County Public Health also examines the public’s health needs and concerns focused on accessibility, safety, physical activity and livability--this process is called a health impact assessment.
Houses on a street in Lincoln Park
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Neighborhood Revitalization Plan

In 2012, under the coordination of Duluth LISC and the At-Home in Duluth Collaborative, an update to the April 2007 Lincoln Park Plan was created. This plan identifies neighborhood priorities in housing, building family incomes and assets, stimulating economic activities, improving access to quality education, and promoting healthy environments and lifestyles.
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Fair Food Access Campaign

Healthy Duluth Area Coalition, CHUM, Community Action Duluth, and Duluth LISC are working together to improve food access for the most vulnerable groups in Lincoln Park, to engage residents in creating solutions to food access issues, and to explore policy options to help improve accessibility.
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CommU-N-Ity CompStat

Compstat is short for COMPuter STATistics. Compstat is a multilayered dynamic approach to crime reduction, quality of life improvement and personnel and resource management. Community Compstat meetings are an opportunity for residents to create an ongoing dialogue with Duluth Police Department toward a safer neighborhood.
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In 2010, LISC MetroEdge, a program of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation conducted a market study in Lincoln Park. MetroEdge works in urban markets assisting community development organizations, local governments, developers, and business associations to define their market potential and suggest initial starting points to achieve that potential.

Past Highlights

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Neighborhood Celebration 5-3-14

Ecolibrium3--in partnership with Duluth LISC and the At-Home in Duluth Collaborative and Lincoln Park organizations--held a neighborhood celebration on May 3rd at Clyde Iron Works. Thanks to the community for making it a great day! Pictures from the event and a list of our sponsors can be found here.

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