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City of Manning
Dawn Meyer, City Administrator | 712-655-2176 | firstname.lastname@example.org
With over $3.6 million of proposed trails, trail projects will span many years and will be broken down into many phases. Several phases are complete and can be found on the Completed Projects page. The segments that are in progress now are listed below.
Trestle Park Trail | Estimated Completion: Fall 2018
This phase is estimated to cost approximately $400,00 and is underway. Overall, it will install a trail from the new Milwaukee Trestle Park, along the Nishnabotna River, across Third Street, under Highway 141, ending at the Hospital-Park Trail.
Click here to see a copy of the full trail plan
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Milwaukee Trestle Park | Estimated Completion: 2018
City of Manning
Cory Arp, Parks and Recreation Director | 712-655-3861 | email@example.com
Planning is complete for a new park located near the historic railroad trestle at the north end of Main Street and Center Streets. The park is taking shape with a large IOWA sculpture, a train kiosk, and a shelter house. Nature play areas and public art will be installed soon. Planning is also underway for an Outdoor Learning Environment.
Updated Streetscaping on Main Street | Estimated Completion: 2019
Main Street Manning Design Committee
Marsha Clausen, Design Chair | 712-655-MAIN | firstname.lastname@example.org
Manning's downtown will see several updates over the coming years. Bump-outs have been installed on the 300 and 400 blocks of Main Street. Bronze Statues will be added to those. Future plans call far art lighting, updated benches, and updated trash receptacles.