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20211019_Mside P2 Report_A1_3 October 19, 2021 Mayor and City Council Jessica V. Wilson, Water Resources Coordinator Stakeholder Engagement Report Executive Summary Staff revised the concept design after the September 21 to react to input about the need for continued open multi-use space and the desire to keep the permanent hockey rink in its original location. The concept design was revised to add a culvert underneath the proposed multi-use open field space that transmits low flows but could flood and transmit high flows in extreme events. The open skate and permanent rink areas will not be impacted by the project and thus are not included in the proposed project boundary in the revised concept. The nature play and shelter/pavilion have been removed from the concept design to balance the increased costs of adding a culvert under the multi-use fields. These features could be considered for the future, not associated with this flood infrastructure project. This phase of the project was done at the ‘Consult’ level of public participation. The conceptual phase that preceded it from May 2020 through April 20th, 2021 was at the ‘Involve’ level. The public participation level will pivot once again at the conclusion of this phase of the project to ‘Inform’. The goal will be to provide the public with balanced and objective information to assist them in understanding the problem, alternatives, opportunities and/or solutions. The promise to the public going forward is to keep them informed. Background Engagement for the Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project began in May 2020. The initial effort was summarized in the January 2021 engagement report. This report summarizes the Weber Park landscape design process engagement which was approved by City Council in April 2021. STAFF REPORT Page 2 At their April 2021 meeting, City Council approved the staff recommendation which; 1. Affirmed strategy, design goals, considerations and opportunities. a. Strategy; Risk transfer with pipe, and mitigation and additional flood reduction with storage b. Design goals; i. No increase in risk to any individual property ii. Balance the risk and benefit of the project iii. No private property will be proposed for acquisition and no floodwalls are needed as no flood stages are higher in the proposed design c. Include as design consideration; i. Consider future climate change in design ii. Limit impact at Weber Park by focusing pond expansion in Weber Woods, using a pumped outlet to lower the outlet water elevation, and using smart infrastructure approach of predictive pumping ahead of extreme events. d. Take advantage of opportunity; i. Enhance natural areas where impacts occur ii. Consider park improvements where impacts occur iii. Remove or reduce potential for flood overflow into private property through minor changes in grade iv. Add inlets in low areas to fully utilize pipe e. Tradeoffs i. Project will use park space in Weber Park, Weber Woods, and Lynn/Kipling inundation area 1. An expanded and lowered Weber Pond, including: a. Expansion into Weber Woods and the removal of approximately 6 acres of trees b. Natural resource restoration and improvement of the entire Weber Woods land area c. Creation of nature trails and a bridge or floating boardwalk connecting east to west across the pond 2. An expanded and lower Lynn/Kipling inundation area including: a. Tree removal along most of the basin, with several tree stands saved b. A mixed wetland and pond, with aquatic and upland natural resource restoration 3. An expanded pipe and swale to provide overflow from the Lynn/Kipling inundation area including: a. A box culvert along the 41st right-of-way and easement corridor between homes b. A landscaped swale along the north side of the active play spaces in Weber Park to provide high flow and clean water benefits, including an east to west park trail. STAFF REPORT Page 3 4. An expanded and reconfigured pipe network extending west on 42nd, south on Crocker, east on Morningside Road, south on Grimes, and west on Branson minor grade changes on Grimes and Crocker and minor grade changes on 40th including: a. Expanded surface inlets to fully utilize pipe capacity in extreme events b. Minor changes to grades in streets and curb lines to reduce potential surface flows or flood backflow into low or landlocked areas. 2. Modified Capital Improvement Plan item 19-341 to include estimated design professional services costs in 2021 of $1.4M, construction professional services in 2022 of $0.5M, capital expenses of $9.5M in 2022, and $0.5M in 2023, totaling $10M in capital and $2M in professional services, in addition to the $0.25M previously allocated to engagement and concept design work. 3. Authorized City Manager to sign professional service scope of service with Barr Engineering for Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project for a cost not to exceed $1.204M. 4. Approved the public participation plan to inform the public and project about park landscape aesthetics choices. Public Participation Plan and Process The public participation plan reflects the direction from the Council as described in the background section. Flood risk reduction is the primary service leading the design. Changes to features and public input on it would be considered insofar as it would be in service to the primary flood protection purpose of the project. The level of public participation for this phase of the design was ‘Consult’. The goal was to obtain public feedback on analysis, alternatives and/or decisions. The promise made was to keep the public informed, listen to and acknowledge concerns and aspirations, and provide feedback on how public input influenced the decision. Stakeholders included residents in the Morningside neighborhood, the Morningside Neighborhood Association, the Park and Recreation Commission, Avail Academy, Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, City of St Louis Park, and City of Minneapolis. The engagement strategy included direct mail, an open house, a City Council update, and a project webpage, www.BetterTogetherEdina.org/morningside. The Public Participation Plan as shown below was amended to include a revised concept design and subsequent City Council approval, described in more detail in the sections below. STAFF REPORT Page 4 Share the Concept Design Staff presented the initial 30% concept design through the Better Together Edina project webpage and hosted an open house on August 17th. Large poster exhibits were printed and hung at the permanent hockey rink fencing. Lawn signs were posted at the entrances to Weber Woods on the north and east sides, at the south parking lot of Weber Park, the corner of Grimes and 42nd Street, and the east and west sides of the Lynn/Kipling Inundation Area to direct people to the exhibits and project webpage. The exhibits remained posted at the park until after the September 21st City Council presentation. Postcards were mailed in early August to all properties in the Morningside neighborhood (appendix). Approximately 40 people attended the open house. The Weber Park 30% Plan PDF was downloaded 384 times, the Lynn/Kipling Inundation Area 30% Plan PDF was downloaded 147 times, and the representative imagery examples PDF was downloaded 132 times (summary report in appendix). We heard a range of feedback related to flood infrastructure, natural resources, Weber Park and Weber Woods. GENERAL • Clarify how this looks. • Clarify the impact to specific areas. STAFF REPORT Page 5 • Talk to more people, extend the comment period. • “Are you still accommodating how I use the park and woods?” FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE • “Does the flood benefit still accrue?” • Park swale cuts open space in two, making it smaller; keep large open space. NATURAL RESOURCES – PARKS, WOODS, LYNN/KIPLING • Add native plant restoration areas to park, or not? • “Will this project be a ‘loss’ for wildlife and dog-walking?” • Clarify the impact to specific trees, explain the approach to trees and natural area restoration. WEBER PARK AND WOODS • “Why is this so focused on the park?” • Do/Don’t add other amenities – pool, skate park, soccer, playground, disk golf, etc. • Do/Don’t add fence in Woods. • Don’t add outfield fence at baseball/softball fields. • Leave more open space [or] replace more trees? • Reconfigure hockey rink, or not? • Improve turf and open field areas. Council Update Another round of postcards was mailed to inform stakeholders of the upcoming City Council presentation on September 21st. Staff made updates to the concept based on resident feedback in advance of the City Council presentation. Input Used • Open ice skate rink size increased • Trees moved to edges • More open, irrigated field for unprogrammed play in center of park • Picnic/seating area, covered pavilion • The size and placement of new natural planting areas is a detail often decided later in the design process Input Not Used • Amenities not added: Skate park, pool/splash pad, volleyball, disk golf • Swale placement between baseball/softball fields remains part of design STAFF REPORT Page 6 • Outfield fencing at baseball/softball fields remains part of design • New rink placement along Grimes remains part of design Although the presentation to City Council did not include a public hearing, several people attended the meeting to listen to the presentation. Staff were available to discuss the project with people in the City Hall lobby before the meeting started and talked with approximately a dozen people. There seemed to be two main ideas represented among the group. First, a group advocating for a reduced scale in the pond size adjacent to Weber Woods and second, a group advocating for open multi-use space in the formal Weber Park area. Revised Concept for multi-use space Staff revised the concept design after the September 21 to react to input about the need for continued open multi-use space and the desire to keep the permanent hockey rink in its original location. Further, the Park System Strategic Plan calls out a need for multi-use space use. The revised concept design maintains that use at Weber Park. The concept design was revised to add a culvert underneath the proposed multi-use open field space that transmits low flows but could flood and transmit high flows in extreme events. The open skate and permanent rink areas will not be impacted by the project and thus are not included in the proposed project boundary in the revised concept. The nature play and shelter/pavilion have been removed from the concept design to balance the increased costs of adding a culvert under the multi-use fields. These features could be considered for the future, not associated with this flood infrastructure project. A copy of the revised concept is available in the appendix. Staff will seek Council approval of the revised concept at their October 19th City Council meeting. Upon approval, the public involvement portion of the design ends and staff will advance to the next phase of design. Conclusion This phase of the project was done at the ‘Consult’ level of public participation. The conceptual phase that preceded it from May 2020 through April 20th, 2021 was at the ‘Involve’ level. The public participation level will pivot once again at the conclusion of this phase of the project to ‘Inform’. The goal will be to provide the public with balanced and objective information to assist them in understanding the problem, alternatives, opportunities and/or solutions. The promise to the public going forward is to keep them informed. STAFF REPORT Page 7 Appendices Appendix 1 • Public Participation Plan, approved April 20th, 2021 • Postcards (2) • BTE summary May 2020 – April 20, 2021 • BTE summary April 21, 2021 – October 12, 2021 Appendix 2 • Open house exhibits Appendix 3 • Revised 30% plan PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN I MORNINGSIDE FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT I CITY OF EDINA 1 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN MORNINGSIDE FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT DECISION TO BE MADE - Develop Weber Park landscape design consistent with flood infrastructure elements and budget approved by City Council with the Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project decision. (www.BetterTogetherEdina.org/Morningside). - Staff will update City Council at the 30% design milestone. - Staff will make a request for purchase for construction, City Council will decide. DECISION CRITERIA IN SCOPE - Natural areas restoration - Walking paths - Ball fields and rink placement - Irrigation - Tree removal and planting - Pond and park grading - Lynn/Kipling open space grading and natural areas restoration OUT OF SCOPE - Roadway reconstruction elements such as street width, and sanitary sewer and water improvements DECISIONS ALREADY MADE - Consistent with the purchase agreement, Weber Woods shall be used solely for public park purposes, including open space, outdoor recreation, and dog park, and similar uses and facilities; stormwater management facilities; and public utilities. - Roadway reconstruction schedule - Renewal of sanitary sewer, water, and storm sewer utilities included in roadway reconstruction project - A dedicated bicycle facility along the east side of Grimes Avenue will be installed during construction - Concept-level flood infrastructure elements and budget approved by City Council - At least two ball fields will be included in the design - The number of skate facilities (1 rink and 1 open skate) will remain the same - Rink lighting will be replaced - No changes to the warming house - No changes to the tennis courts - No changes to the playground - No changes to the basketball court OTHER CONSIDERATIONS - Neighboring Cities - Roadway reconstruction is guided by the Living Streets Plan - Walking and biking facilities are guided by the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan - Safety improvements are guided by the City’s Traffic Safety Committee and existing City policies LEGAL OR TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN I MORNINGSIDE FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT I CITY OF EDINA 2 - FEMA floodplain designation - Minnehaha Creek Watershed District rules - Minnesota Department of Natural Resources rules PROJECT TIMELINE - Spring 2021 through early 2022 for engagement and design. - The Engineering Study for the road reconstruction would occur concurrently. Construction would start in the spring of 2022. STAKEHOLDERS - Morningside Neighborhood - Morningside Neighborhood Association - Park and Recreation Commission - Avail Academy (formerly Calvin Christian School) - Minnehaha Creek Watershed District - City of St Louis Park - City of Minneapolis ROLES RESIDENTS Expertise in sense of place, neighborhood feel, public attitudes, community values, desired amenities, tax burden. - Provides their expertise on values - Reviews concept - Communicates questions and concerns STAFF Expertise in engineering, water and natural resources management, flood risk, transportation planning and safety, street and utility construction, parks and recreation, and landscape architecture. - Develops design based on technical expertise and professional judgement - Communicates the costs, tradeoffs, constraints, and impacts (economic, social, environmental) - Considers feedback from stakeholders - Seeks direction from Council on political decisions and operates within parameters set by Council - Describes how the public influenced the concept design - Memorializes engagement process and decision - Closes the loop with the public - Implements the decision made by Council CITY COUNCIL Decision-making body. - Shares the feedback received directly from stakeholders with the project team in a timely manner so that all have the same information - Decides funding level and source - Defines level of service - Sets parameters for improvements in public spaces such as streets, right-of-way, and parks PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN I MORNINGSIDE FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT I CITY OF EDINA 3 - Approves design PUBLIC PARTICIPATON LEVEL CONSULT - Goal: To obtain public feedback on analysis, alternatives and/or decisions. - Promise: We will keep the public informed, listen to and acknowledge concerns and aspirations, and provide feedback on how public input influenced the decision. TECHNIQUES - Better Together Edina website - Social media (Next Door, Facebook, Twitter) - Community Meetings DECISION PROCESS Objective Staff will inform people of the project and process. This is an extension of the Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project. Staff will present the 30% concept design and solicit feedback. Staff will consider feedback. Staff will provide an update to City Council. Staff will make a request for purchase for construction following a competitive bid process. City Council will make a decision. Staff will communicate the final design to the public. Staff will archive the project and process online. Anticipated Outcomes People know how and when to provide feedback. People have access to information. People have the ability to provide their feedback. Staff have listened to and acknowledged resident feedback. People know how feedback was used. Staff have listened to and acknowledged resident feedback. People know how feedback was used. The staff recommendation aligns with City Council direction. People know what decision was made. People can view the information and process on the BetterTogetherEdina webpage. Timeline Spring 2021 Summer 2021 Summer or Fall 2021 Spring 2022 Spring 2022 Close the loop Project Authorization Council Update Share Concept Design Introduce Project See and share your input on the initial design of flood infrastructure in the Morningside Neighborhood! We’ll move to inside the shelter in case of rain. For more information, call 952-826-0445. 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17 Weber Park 4115 Grimes Ave. S. MORNINGSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT City of Edina Engineering 7450 Metro Blvd. Edina, MN 55439 The plans can also be viewed online at BetterTogetherEdina.org/ Morningside. Comments will be accepted through Aug. 31. The Edina City Council will soon weigh in on the initial design of flood infrastructure in the Morningside Neighborhood! BetterTogetherEdina.org/ Morningside Please send your feedback and questions on the 30% design concepts. You can tell us what you think at any time, but it will be most helpful if we could hear from you sooner. Staff will present a project update to the Edina City Council and seek feedback from Council Members. For more information, call 952-826-0445. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21 Edina City Hall 4801 W. 50th St. MORNINGSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD FLOOD INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT City of Edina Engineering 7450 Metro Blvd. Edina, MN 55439 Watch and Listen! • Edina TV • Facebook.com/EdinaMN • Youtube.com/EdinaTV Presorted Std U.S. Postage PAID Twin Cities, MN Permit No. 3932 Summary Report 01 May 2020 - 20 April 2021 Better Together Edina PROJECTS SELECTED: 1 Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project FULL LIST AT THE END OF THE REPORT Highlights TOTAL VISITS 2.7 k MAX VISITORS PER DAY 100 NEW REGISTRATI ONS55 ENGAGED VISITORS 43 INFORMED VISITORS 700 AWARE VISITORS 1.5 k Visitors Summary Pageviews Visitors Visits New Registrations 1 Jul '20 1 Jan '21 500 1000 1500 2000 Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 PARTICIPANT SUMMARY ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 43 ENGAGED PARTICIPANTS 0023 0017 000 001 000 000 005 008 008 Registered Unverified Anonymous Contributed on Forums Participated in Surveys Contributed to Newsfeeds Participated in Quick Polls Posted on Guestbooks Contributed to Stories Asked Questions Placed Pins on Places Contributed to Ideas* A single engaged participant can perform multiple actions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…43 (2.8%) (%) * Calculated as a percentage of total visits to the Project ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 700 INFORMED PARTICIPANTS 40 20 286 65 49 0 563 43 Participants Viewed a video Viewed a photo Downloaded a document Visited the Key Dates page Visited an FAQ list Page Visited Instagram Page Visited Multiple Project Pages Contributed to a tool (engaged) * A single informed participant can perform multiple actions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…700 (46.2%) (%) * Calculated as a percentage of total visits to the Project ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 1,514 AWARE PARTICIPANTS 1,514 Participants Visited at least one Page * Aware user could have also performed an Informed or Engaged Action Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…1,514 * Total list of unique visitors to the project Page 2 of 7 FORUM TOPICS SUMMARY TOP 3 FORUM TOPICS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS SURVEYS SUMMARY TOP 3 SURVEYS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS NEWSFEEDS SUMMARY TOP 3 NEWSFEEDS BASED ON VISITORS STORIES SUMMARY TOP 3 STORIES BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 ENGAGEMENT TOOLS SUMMARY 3 FORUM TOPICS 3 SURVEYS 60 NEWS FEEDS 0 QUICK POLLS 0 GUESTBOOKS 1 STORIES 1 Q&A'S 1 PLACES 3 3 Forum Topics 23 Contributors 107 Contributions June 3, 2020 Virtual Meeting #1 13 Contributors to December 9, 2020 Virtual Meeting #3 10 Contributors to September 3, 2020 Virtual Meeting #2 8 Contributors to 3 Surveys 17 Contributors 19 Submissions Morningside Flooding Poll 17 Contributors to Initial Concepts Reaction 2 Contributors to Refined Concept Reaction 0 Contributors to 60 NewsFeed 141 Visits 119 Visitors Your feedback is welcome and appreciated! 19 Visitors to Reminder - Virtual Meeting #3 starts tomorrow 12 Visitors to Weber Park Field Activity open through July 6th 12 Visitors to 1 Stories 0 Contributors 0 Submissions Share your story 0 Authors to Page 3 of 7 Q & A SUMMARY TOP 3 Q & A BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS PLACES SUMMARY TOP 3 PLACES BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS IDEAS SUMMARY TOP 3 IDEAS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 ENGAGEMENT TOOLS SUMMARY 1 Q&As 5 Contributors 8 Questions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 5 Contributors to 1 Places 8 Contributors 20 Pins Morningside Neighborhood 8 Contributors to 3 Ideas 8 Contributors 20 Contributions Flood Infrastructure Scenarios Reactions and Ideas 6 Contributed to Flood Infrastructure Refined Concept - Reactions and Ideas 3 Contributed to 30 percent design 0 Contributed to Page 4 of 7 DOCUMENTS TOP 3 DOCUMENTS BASED ON DOWNLOADS PHOTOS TOP 3 PHOTOS BASED ON VIEWS VIDEOS TOP 3 VIDEOS BASED ON VIEWS FAQS TOP 3 FAQS BASED ON VIEWS KEY DATES TOP 3 KEY DATES BASED ON VIEWS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 INFORMATION WIDGET SUMMARY 24 DOCUMENTS 4 PHOTOS 6 VIDEOS 1 FAQS 1 KEY DATES 24 Documents 286 Visitors 607 Downloads Technical_Memo_Feb2021.pdf 131 Downloads FINALIZED Preliminary Report_March 16 Work Session.pdf 94 Downloads Infrastructure Scenarios_Oct2020.pdf 73 Downloads 4 Photos 20 Visitors 24 Views County Ditch 17.jpg 20 Views GregLincoln_owl.JPG 4 Views Aerial photo_1971 0 Views 6 Videos 40 Visitors 66 Views Flood Risk in the Morningside Neighborhood - a closer look 20 Views Flood Risk in the Morningside Neighborhood 19 Views Agenda: Edina - Flood Risk Reduction Strategy - Late April 2020 14 Views 1 Faqs 49 Visitors 53 Views Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 53 Views 1 Key Dates 65 Visitors 71 Views Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 71 Views Page 5 of 7 REFERRER URL Visits www.google.com 288 m.facebook.com 32 www.edinamn.gov 32 www.bing.com 28 nextdoor.com 21 www.edinamorningside.org 16 android-app 13 t.co 8 www.bangthetable.com 8 search.yahoo.com 7 docs.google.com 6 duckduckgo.com 6 l.facebook.com 4 patch.com 4 www.google.com.au 3 Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 TRAFFIC SOURCES OVERVIEW Page 6 of 7 PROJECT TITLE AWARE INFORMED ENGAGED Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 1514 700 43 Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 01 May 2020 to 20 April 2021 SELECTED PROJECTS - FULL LIST Page 7 of 7 Summary Report 21 April 2021 - 12 October 2021 Better Together Edina PROJECTS SELECTED: 1 Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project FULL LIST AT THE END OF THE REPORT Highlights TOTAL VISITS 1.8 k MAX VISITORS PER DAY 66 NEW REGISTRATI ONS19 ENGAGED VISITORS 36 INFORMED VISITORS 601 AWARE VISITORS 1 k Visitors Summary Pageviews Visitors Visits New Registrations 1 Jul '21 1 Oct '21 2k 4k 6k Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 PARTICIPANT SUMMARY ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 36 ENGAGED PARTICIPANTS 000 003 000 000 000 002 004 000 0031 Registered Unverified Anonymous Contributed on Forums Participated in Surveys Contributed to Newsfeeds Participated in Quick Polls Posted on Guestbooks Contributed to Stories Asked Questions Placed Pins on Places Contributed to Ideas* A single engaged participant can perform multiple actions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…36 (3.5%) (%) * Calculated as a percentage of total visits to the Project ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 601 INFORMED PARTICIPANTS 18 75 402 30 15 0 531 36 Participants Viewed a video Viewed a photo Downloaded a document Visited the Key Dates page Visited an FAQ list Page Visited Instagram Page Visited Multiple Project Pages Contributed to a tool (engaged) * A single informed participant can perform multiple actions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…601 (58.6%) (%) * Calculated as a percentage of total visits to the Project ENGAGED INFORMED AWARE 1,025 AWARE PARTICIPANTS 1,025 Participants Visited at least one Page * Aware user could have also performed an Informed or Engaged Action Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project…1,025 * Total list of unique visitors to the project Page 2 of 7 FORUM TOPICS SUMMARY TOP 3 FORUM TOPICS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS SURVEYS SUMMARY TOP 3 SURVEYS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS NEWSFEEDS SUMMARY TOP 3 NEWSFEEDS BASED ON VISITORS STORIES SUMMARY TOP 3 STORIES BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 ENGAGEMENT TOOLS SUMMARY 3 FORUM TOPICS 3 SURVEYS 60 NEWS FEEDS 0 QUICK POLLS 0 GUESTBOOKS 1 STORIES 1 Q&A'S 1 PLACES 3 3 Forum Topics 0 Contributors 0 Contributions December 9, 2020 Virtual Meeting #3 0 Contributors to September 3, 2020 Virtual Meeting #2 0 Contributors to June 3, 2020 Virtual Meeting #1 0 Contributors to 3 Surveys 3 Contributors 3 Submissions Morningside Flooding Poll 3 Contributors to Refined Concept Reaction 0 Contributors to Initial Concepts Reaction 0 Contributors to 60 NewsFeed 185 Visits 143 Visitors Available now - initial design concepts 37 Visitors to Initial Design Open House - August 17th 27 Visitors to Multi-use open space and rink location 19 Visitors to 1 Stories 2 Contributors 2 Submissions Share your story 2 Authors to Page 3 of 7 Q & A SUMMARY TOP 3 Q & A BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS PLACES SUMMARY TOP 3 PLACES BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS IDEAS SUMMARY TOP 3 IDEAS BASED ON CONTRIBUTORS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 ENGAGEMENT TOOLS SUMMARY 1 Q&As 4 Contributors 7 Questions Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 4 Contributors to 1 Places 0 Contributors 0 Pins Morningside Neighborhood 0 Contributors to 3 Ideas 31 Contributors 169 Contributions 30 percent design 30 Contributed to Flood Infrastructure Refined Concept - Reactions and Ideas 3 Contributed to Flood Infrastructure Scenarios Reactions and Ideas 0 Contributed to Page 4 of 7 DOCUMENTS TOP 3 DOCUMENTS BASED ON DOWNLOADS PHOTOS TOP 3 PHOTOS BASED ON VIEWS VIDEOS TOP 3 VIDEOS BASED ON VIEWS FAQS TOP 3 FAQS BASED ON VIEWS KEY DATES TOP 3 KEY DATES BASED ON VIEWS Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 INFORMATION WIDGET SUMMARY 24 DOCUMENTS 4 PHOTOS 6 VIDEOS 1 FAQS 1 KEY DATES 24 Documents 402 Visitors 811 Downloads Morningside 30%Plan.pdf 384 Downloads Morningside 30%Timeline_LK.pdf 147 Downloads Morningside 30%Imagery.pdf 132 Downloads 4 Photos 75 Visitors 183 Views Aerial photo_1967 76 Views Aerial photo_1971 48 Views County Ditch 17.jpg 36 Views 6 Videos 18 Visitors 26 Views Flood Risk in the Morningside Neighborhood - a closer look 10 Views Virtual Meeting #3 9 Views Agenda: Edina - Flood Risk Reduction Strategy - Late April 2020 4 Views 1 Faqs 15 Visitors 15 Views Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 15 Views 1 Key Dates 30 Visitors 37 Views Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 37 Views Page 5 of 7 REFERRER URL Visits www.google.com 332 www.edinamn.gov 32 nextdoor.com 20 www.bing.com 17 android-app 13 duckduckgo.com 11 www.edinamorningside.org 9 m.facebook.com 7 www.google.co.za 4 l.facebook.com 4 statics.teams.cdn.office.net 3 www.google.com.au 3 edinamn.gov 3 startpage.com 2 www.bangthetable.com 2 Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 TRAFFIC SOURCES OVERVIEW Page 6 of 7 PROJECT TITLE AWARE INFORMED ENGAGED Morningside Flood Infrastructure Project 1025 601 36 Better Together Edina : Summary Report for 21 April 2021 to 12 October 2021 SELECTED PROJECTS - FULL LIST Page 7 of 7 Morningside Flood Infrastructure ProjectProvide your feedback for these concepts at: www.bettertogetheredina.org/morningsideNFeet0 10 20 30 40Preserved TreesLynn/Kipling Inundation AreaNew Tree PlantingsNew Tree PlantingsPreserved TreesNative Plantings for HabitatNative Plantings for HabitatNative Plantings for Habitat2021KIPLING AVENUE W 42nd STREETLYNN AVENUEFeet0 20 40 80NRevised 30% Concept Design - Weber Park, Weber Pond + Weber Woods10/12/2021Weber PondWeber Park12’ Utility VehicleAccess PathNature Trails, UnpavedExisting Nature TrailOak SavannaRestorationBoardwalkBoardwalkExisting SidewalkAccess into ParkExisting TennisCourtsPavement reductionand improved accessibilityExisting WarmingHouseExisting BasketballCourtExisting Playgroundand Oak TreesGolden Years’ MontessoriAvail AcademyGRIMES AVENUE SW 42nd STREETFRANCE AVENUE SAccess into ParkAccess into ParkNew Plantings whereGrading OccursNew Plantings whereGrading OccursNew Plantings whereGrading OccursDrainage Swale FeatureParking LotImprovementsParking LotImprovements6’ Summer TrailNature Trails, UnpavedSeating Area/OverlookBench/SeatingExisting TurfExisting Ice RinkReconstructed Ball Fields (Irrigated)