The Rich Valley Greenway is a proposed regional trail and open space corridor that will provide a link between Lebanon Hills Regional Park and the Mississippi River in central Dakota County. The greenway will provide recreation for residents of Eagan and Inver Grove Heights and serve as a destination trail for the larger surrounding area.
The 5-mile corridor stretches east and west within the cities of Eagan and Inver Grove Heights. The proposed corridor’s surrounding land use includes primarily single-family residential neighborhoods and rural, undeveloped open space.
A master plan is being developed that will:
- Identify the preferred trail and greenway alignment
- Envision improvements to water quality, habitat, recreation, and non-motorized transportation along the corridor
- Provide strategies for interpretation, resource stewardship, development, land acquisition, and operations
- Estimate project costs
- Satisfy requirements for Metropolitan Council regional destination trail and greenway planning.
For more information, visit the Rich Valley Greenway Master Plan project page.
Public review period for draft master plan
The Rich Valley Greenway Draft Master Plan has been released for public comment. Send comments to John Mertens, senior planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments will be accepted through July 1.
Rich Valley Greenway Master Plan - Draft
Open house - Tuesday, May 16, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Rosemount Community Center - Banquet Room
13885 S Robert Trail
Rosemount, MN 55068
The open house will allow the public to provide input on greenway preferred alignment, design character, trailheads, habitat restoration and recommendations for central greenway trail connections and bike route improvements.