The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board was created in 1883 to govern, maintain, and develop the park system. There are nine Park commissioners—one from each of the six park districts, and three at-large.
Length of term: Four years
• Develops park policies
• Enacts ordinances governing the use of neighborhood and regional parks, parkways, beaches and lakes, and special use facilities such as pools, ice arenas and golf courses
• Appoints the Superintendent
For more information: www.minneapolisparks.org
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