SPPC News

Lilydale Dog Park Opens

This new off-leash area is a welcome addition to the popular forest and river trails. Nina, our #StPaulBarks ambassador says “bring your dog to the newest hangout for some real fun this summer!” The Lilydale dog park is approximately 8.5...

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New Sculpture Sponsor Steps Up on Summit

Historic bronzes have a new patron to assure their conservation. David Fellon, CEO of Progressive Rail, admires the history and artistic presence of the historic sculptures in parks along Summit Avenue. He and his family stepped up in a...

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Swede Hollow Interpretive Signs Installed

New signs share history with park visitors. Park visitors will learn a bit of the Swede Hollow history with the new interpretive signs just installed throughout the park. One of the top 20 projects in the Swede Hollow Park Master Plan,...

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Shape the Future of Parks & Rec: Take the Survey!

The City of Saint Paul is in the beginning stages of preparing a comprehensive guide to physical improvements and changes to parks and recreation facilities. You input will help shape future decisions about parks, athletic fields,...

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Volunteer Spotlight: Gabriel Pfeiffer

Capital View Park on the South (“high end”) of the High Bridge has been an open grassy area for years. Where did the idea come from to start a communal garden? Our family had a lot of conversations during the pandemic about how we had...

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