In connection with the Beerline Trail Project, join us tomorrow night, Friday, September 22 from 6-10pm, for Riverworks Week’s Creative District Alive! festival. We will have a display of the Hood Design Studio concept design for the linear park and Alma Du Solier from the studio and Sara Daleiden of MKE<->LAX will be present along with other Beerline Trail collaborators to gather neighbor feedback. We’d love to have you stop by if you have time! You can enter at Capitol Drive or Abert Street at the Beerline Trail extension.
We have an online survey for the concept design so you can give feedback that way if you prefer. Full concept design PDF available for viewing here. Please feel free to share as you see fit!

The Beerline Trail Neighborhood Development Project is a creative placemaking collaboration convened by the City of Milwaukee, Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC), MKE<->LAX and Riverworks Development Corporation and Riverworks Business Improvement District (Riverworks). Additional collaborators include the Greater Milwaukee Foundation (GMF), Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), and our Guiding Lenses Group, including a range of cultural leaders from the neighborhoods and the city. This project builds from the history of the Beerline Trail initiated in 2002 and Creational Trails: The artery initiated in 2012. Our intention is to sustain and enrich the lives of people in these neighborhoods by promoting health, well-being and prosperity through increased circulation of resources, voices, ideas, labor and creativity.

For more information, please visit the GMC Creative Placemaking Initiative to review the Resources and Updates at the bottom of the webpage.

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