*** UPDATE ****
Elm Creek Tubing will also be closed.
Please share the word with your neighbors and friends.
In response to the extreme cold weather being predicted for Sunday, January 5, and Monday, January 6, Three Rivers Park District is implementing the following:
- Hyland Ski and Snowboard Area and the downhill operation at Elm Creek Winter Recreation Area will close at 3 PM Sunday, January 5, and remain closed until 3 PM Tuesday, January 7.
- Downhill ski and snowboard lessons scheduled for Sunday, January 5, will still take place; however, all registrants are being offered alternative dates if they would like to reschedule.
- Cross-country ski lessons scheduled for Sunday, January 5, or Monday, January 6, are canceled and will be rescheduled.
- Cross-country ski trails will remain open and facilities that support cross-country skiing will be open normal hours to support any skiers who choose to venture out; however, there will be no ski rentals available. Ski trails will be groomed for Saturday, January 4, and Wednesday, January 8. Trails will not be groomed January 5-7.
- Program centers will operate under normal hours on Sunday and Monday and public programs will be modified if necessary in response to cold conditions.
For information about downhill lessons or to reschedule a lesson scheduled for Sunday, January 5, or Monday, January 6, contact the snow sports academy where your lesson is scheduled: Hyland Snow Sports Academy at 763.694.7800 or Elm Creek Snow Sports Academy at 763.694.2050.
The Public Hearing on the Three Rivers Park District Proposed 2014 General Fund Operating Budget is scheduled for Thursday Dec 5th at 9 am.
Public Comments including any written correspondence will be submitted for the record. If you would like a copy of the proposed General Fund Operating Budget, please email me at JenDeJournett@gmail.com.
In my nine months on the job as a Three Rivers Commissioner, I’ve tried to tour as many parks as I can and learn from the staff who make our parks the fun, clean and safe places they are. Of all the experiences I’ve had in the parks so far, one of the highlights for me has been the opportunity to participate in a ride-along with Public Safety Sgt. Heidi Speak.
I believe that all levels of government are important. My family enjoys visiting The Three Rivers Park system.
It is important to our family and community that our park system is fiscally sound. Being careful with the taxpayer’s hard-earned dollar is paramount, especially in tough economic times.
I will work to make sure our park budget is fiscally responsible and sustainable for the long term health of the Three Rivers Park District, just like you do with your family budget.
I would appreciate your support and your vote in November.