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Isanti County – John and Irving Anderson Park

In 2015 we began working with the county parks director, Barry Wendorf, to acquire a critical parcel on the east side of the park. This addition, unlike the rest of the park, has remained in a natural state throughout its history.

Sealing the deal on this land was less than certain, despite everyone’s understanding of how crucial it would be for the park. The roadblocks came in the form of the county’s lack of funds and staff resources to coordinate land acquisitions. Plus this land was owned by four individuals, which adds complexity to the transaction, and they wanted to move quicker than the county could move.

“For the Parks & Trails Council to come in with the funds and expertise to quickly and smoothly handle this, it’s beyond beneficial to a small county like us,” said Wendorf. It could easily have been sold for lake home development as it has the potential for up to eight lots on the lake. That would have been a big loss to the park to see the adjacent land transformed in nearly the opposite way as the current parkland.

It was a lengthy process to restore the current parkland, requiring special equipment and several rounds of successfully requesting funds from the legislature. “Now here is this adjacent land that’s already pristine and with a landowner who wants to sell; this is exactly why Parks & Trails Council has a land fund,” explained Brett Feldman, Parks & Trails Council’s executive director.

This addition extends the park’s eastern boundary into a strip of land that straddles two clear, shallow lakes. It doubles the amount of park shoreline to 3,000 feet on Horseshoe and 3,300 feet on Horseleg Lake with the potential for a short portage trail to be created between the two. This provide the only public access to Horeshoe Lake. Both these lakes are largely undeveloped with little to no motorized use and providing excellent habitat for waterfowl.

The land has gone through several generations of the same family with additional investors added later. In the 1930s the land was used for breeding foxes, which were most likely used for their pelts. There are still some rows of cages on the property. But those are the only structures on the land. Since the 1950s the land has been used as hunting grounds with ducks and turkey being prime wildlife in the area. The land is mostly high ground that’s a mix of hardwood forest and native prairie with some wetlands.

The Friends of Anderson Park raised $49,154.88 to assist in the purchase.

Sours: https://www.parksandtrails.org/portfolio/isanti-county-john-and-irving-anderson-park/

Welcome to Athens Township

Located along the southern edge of Isanti County, Athens Township is a community of approximately 2,300 people or about 800 households. We are a community who values the feeling of small town living while still being within easy driving distance of the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs.

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PUBLIC HEARING - Notice of Special Meeting of Township Supervisors
Published: 09/15/21

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held to discuss the scope of our new planning and zoning positions, salary and benefits...

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Annual Athen’s Township Clean-up Day - Saturday October 09, 2021 from 8-Noon
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Athens Township meetings for Board, P&Z and Annual are held online via Go-to-meeting. Athens Township will be holding meetings online or by phone, due to Covid-19. Please join meetings from your computer, tablet or smartphone specific to the meeting group you wish to participate in.

Please go to our "GoToMeeting" section on Athens Township's website.

Sours: https://www.athenstownship.com/
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Isanti County Parks

Popularity:#14 of 54 Parks Departments in Minnesota#584 in Parks Departments

Isanti County Parks Contact Information

Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Isanti County Parks, a Parks Department, at 18th Avenue Southwest, Cambridge MN.

Name
Isanti County Parks
Address
555 18th Avenue Southwest
Cambridge, Minnesota, 55008
Phone
763-689-8220
Fax
763-689-8257

Map of Isanti County Parks

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Parks Departments Nearby

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About the Isanti County Parks

The Isanti County Parks, located in Cambridge, MN, is responsible for Cambridge public facilities, parks, and recreational programming. These include public parks and open spaces, recreation facilities like athletic fields, public indoor and outdoor pools, sports facilities, trails, and nature preserves. The Parks Department also runs community programs and events in Cambridge.

You may contact the Parks Department for questions about:
  • Cambridge parks and recreation facilities
  • Park permits
  • Community events in Cambridge, Minnesota
  • Recreation and athletic programs
  • Cambridge Parks Department jobs and employment

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Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/isanti-county-parks-cambridge-mn-d49/
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Parks, Recreation & Culture

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The City of Isanti envisions a park, trail and natural resource system that will not only enhance the quality of life for its current residents; but will create a system that can be easily built upon in the future as Isanti continues to grow. Because people experience park amenities differently, Isanti has strived to have a variety of park systems that encourages health benefits from the small neighborhood park to natural open spaces.

Isanti has 179 acres of park land, recreation and natural resource areas within City limits; there are also over 29 miles of trails and walkways. While Bluebird Park represents the largest park with almost half of the total park land, 65 acres, and home to recreation amenities such as a nine field soccer complex, indoor BMX track, skate park and ball field; there are nine other city parks for residents and the community to enjoy. All the parks and facilities, 19 in total, offer not only recreational play areas but also at total of 15 play structures, many swing sets, play apparatus, numerous resting benches and an abundance of picnic tables.

Staff Contacts

Sours: https://www.cityofisanti.us/parks-recreation-culture

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Parks Information

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Bluebird Park Shelter

  • If you are interested in reserving a park pavilion, click here
  • For athletic facility reservations, click here
  • For school field trips, click here
  • We are always looking for more volunteers to get involved in the community. If you are interested in the many opportunities, click here to learn more.
  • Parks Map click here

Dog Park

Opened in May 2019, the park is located at 101 Isanti Parkway NW, just east of the Isanti Indoor Arena (BMX).  We hope you enjoy the park with your furry friends. Please remember to clean up after your dog each visit.


Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail

Opened in 2011, the Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail is three a mile stretch that connects Isanti to Cambridge. The trail takes you on an adventure from City to City through wooded areas and prestine wetlands via a boardwalk. The trail beginning in Isanti at the edge of Bluebird Park, corner of Isanti Parkway NW and 3rd Avenue NW, and follow into Cambridge's Brown Park and other connecting park trails. The trail is perfect for a family run or bike ride without the worry of traffic or busy intersections.


Adopt-A-Park Program

The goal of the Adopt-A-Park Program is to provide interested individuals, groups, or organizations with a public service opportunity that allows volunteers to help maintain the City of Isanti Park System. The program encourages and promotes community involvement, but also enables the City to further beautify and improve park areas. The Adopt-A-Park Program duties and responsibilities supplement the work of City staff; and by working together we hope to help area residents, businesses, and service organizations to become better connected to the community in which they live, work, and recreate. Click here to learn more.


Geocaching

Geocaching is a recreational pursuit that brings together nature and technology. Geocaching is initiated by an individual hiding a cache, normally a waterproof container with trade items and a logbook inside. The location of the cache is recorded with a Global Positioning System (GPS). The individual posts the GPS coordinates along with a description of the cache on the Geocaching website. Click here to learn more.


Special Events

A special event is defined as a temporary outdoor use on private or public property that extends beyond the normal uses and standards allowed by the zoning ordinance of the City; in which attendance in excess of seventy-five (75) people is anticipated, and impacts are anticipated on surrounding neighborhoods, businesses, or the community as a whole. Special events include but are not limited to, art shows, car shows, sidewalk sales, haunted houses, carnivals, grand openings, festivals, home exhibitions, parades, circus, block parties, fairs, concerts, street dances, tournaments, or other attended outdoor entertainment or celebration that is to be held on public or private property. Click here for an application form.


Isanti Legacy Medal

The Isanti Legacy Medal signifies the importance of City of Isanti residents, and those who are members of organizations within the City of Isanti, have had in building the legacy of Isanti. The purpose of implementing this program is to honor those who, through their actions, have brought positive State or National recognition to the City of Isanti or those who have served the City of Isanti in a distinct or extraordinary way. Click here for a nomination form.


Metal Detection

Metal detecting and metal target recovery is the process of using tools to detect metals that may not be easily visible to the eye on surfaces throughout the city. The City of Isanti does allow metal detection with restrictions to certain parks and trail areas. You must also request permission and sign a waiver to follow the Minnesota group Code of Ethics to detect within City limits. Click here to learn more and fill out the waiver.  


The City remains dedicated to the growth and creation of existing and new parkland, ensuring that future residents have ample opportunity to enjoy neighborhood parks. In an effort to enhance the park system, donations are accepted for the acquisition for new equipment, trees, or flower beds for the City parks and trails. If you are interested, please call the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department Staff at 763-762-5754.

Sours: https://www.cityofisanti.us/parks-recreation-culture/pages/parks-information
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