Three capital projects will transform Saint Paul’s riverfront into centers of river-oriented activity that provide diverse, authentic landscapes and experiences.
The gateway to the Mississippi River, welcoming residents and visitors to this national feature with four-season programming that honors, promotes stewardship of, and teaches the culture, history and ecology of the river.
A 1.5-mile promenade that extends along Downtown Saint Paul’s signature Mississippi River Bluff and down to the river. The Balcony transforms urban infrastructure into public space that connects parks, civic landmarks and private development the length of Kellogg Boulevard.
A dynamic urban landscape where historically incompatible uses can comfortably coexist and:
- Reveal the complex systems and stories of the area
- Heal a compromised landscape
- Connect to and throughout the area
- Protect sacred and significant Dakota sites
Along with these capital projects, the City of Saint Paul convenes river stakeholders to help engage the community and bring awareness to all the great programming and interactive activities that occur along the river. To learn more, visit the City of Saint Paul’s website.