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Hartkopf Park Reinvestment Project

Hartkopf Park concept plan map

Project funding source

The master planning, design development and redevelopment of Hartkopf Park is being funded through the $26 million Park Bond Referendum that voters approved in November 2018.

Project goals

Hartkopf Park is a 25-acre park located near Park Brook Elementary just west of Zane Avenue off 73rd Avenue. As one of the oldest parks in the park system, Hartkopf has been prioritized for redevelopment in the Park Bond Reinvestment Projects.

Some of the goals for the Hartkopf redevelopment are:

  • Create a lighted walking loop trail in the park
  • Create a large multi-use field on the eastern portion of the park
  • Preserve and maintain the oak savanna in the middle of the park
  • Improve parking to reduce on-street parking
  • Construct a restroom building for users of the park
  • Build basketball courts on the western portion of the park\
  • Add a nature playground near the oak savanna
  • Improve the existing playground
  • Rehabilitate existing shelter

Project timeline

  • January 2020: Begin community engagement for Hartkopf Park Master Plan
  • March 26, 2020: Reveal final concept for Hartkopf Park Master Plan
  • April 2020: Begin Design Development for Hartkopf Park redevelopment
  • October 2020: Advertise for bids for Hartkopf Park redevelopment
  • November 2020: Award Hartkopf Park redevelopment construction project
  • April/May 2021: Construction at Hartkopf Park begins
  • November 2021: Construction at Hartkopf Park ends

Recent project updates

A community engagement meeting will be held for the neighbors of Hartkopf Park on Jan. 14, 2020, at 6:30 p.m at Park Brook Elementary. At this meeting, residents will be able to review the current concept plan for the redevelopment of Hartkopf Park and provide input and feed back on the design.

There is also a survey available online for those who may not be able to attend the meeting. You can take the survey here.

The final design for Hartkopf Park redevelopment will be displayed at the Brooklyn Park Community Assembly meeting on March 26 at 6 p.m. at the Brooklyn Park Community Activity Center.